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I Y ii ot mbc priitttb unfi0 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON CO UNTY b 1ii1 r ff YOLVME VI- L is INaFIELD KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1910 IUMIEial IIMPROVED SANITATIONty JNew and Improved Methods Ad c vocated by the State Board I of Health for Kentucky w3The Kentucky State Board of Health at a meeting held lD Louisville recently adopted anew set of rules looking to the betterment of the sanitary conditions of the State These rules gointoI effect ate4nce and will be y thaState Bact assistgtants Follow nJt are new s adoptedItract tor installing any public watEr corn4scribingsuch water supply or system oft sewerage have bEen submItted to received the approval of theState Hoard of klealtn 2 No municipality corporation or person shall make or enter into contract for making any additions or alterations in any public water supply wbich in 4volve a change in the source of supply or a change in methods of treating the water Jor purification purposes until complete plansagd specifications fully describing such alterations and aetdl tons or alterations have been suhmlttld to and receive the approval of the State Board of Health 3 NO corporation institution or person shall adopt a site for the locatIOn of any manufacturing or other industry whi hp uces putrescibleor tQerwise objectionabla liquid wastes until said site IS approved by the State Board of Health or unless some method for adl quately purifying ch wastes satisfactory to the Board of Health is to be used FORTY4I6I1Tll ANNUAL EXHIBITION Of The Washingtan County fair Promises fo Be a Suc- cessfulj One The fortyeighth annual exhibition of the Washington County Fair began today under the most auspicious circum stances A large crowd is II attend ance while the exhibitions and entnes in the floral hall ladies department andI produce and poultry department are numerous and of the highest class The frir promises to be one of the best ever held here as there is a quantIty ot highs show stock on the grounds We will publish the premIUm list next week DESJRIJCTIVE FIRES IN NORTHWEST 4 The forests of the Great North west a Sething Mass of Flames The losses Large Forest fires iii Montana are spreading rapidly and additional troops m large bodies were burned to the scene last week to aid in fighting the flames The devastation is almost unparalleled and the property losses enormous Super visor Logan of the Glacier NationalI Park and Supervisors Haines kerf of the Flathead and tonal Forests respectively reported hat the old fires were practically under untrol but that new ones areconstant 1v breaking out They requested that four companies of soldiers be sent to the GlacIer park and three compames- each tothe Flathead and Blackfeet for ests Gen Wood chief of staLl sent orders at once for the dispatch of five comprD1es of the Fourteenth Infantrv to the points indicated No more troops were available at that time for service an Montana or Washington Spokane Wash Aug 22HQurly reports fromtfires in the forests of Not them Idaho and Western Montana are increasmgthe toll of the dead The latest figures from Wallace are that 40 fire fighters probably have perished In the hills near Sand Point Idaho Forester Van Dycke and a crew of six tyfive are reported surrounded by flames A woman and her daughter perished at Cabinet Idaho Five are tcdown to have perished at Newport Wash in an attempt to reach the town All along the Great Northern and Northern Pacific tracks between Spokane and Helena nUmberless fires are known no be raging fiercely but defin ite re orts cannot he securedas the lldownMont ended it was resorted that e ery male resident of the town was work ig with 200 paid fire ihghters to divert Flower creek to the of th i v lage as a protectb against the fire- driving up from that direction BIDDING FOR C lABOR ICONV Bidding for the Labor of State Convicts t frankfort Has Been Inaugurated Frankfort Ky Aug 18 At a meetI mg of the Prison qmmission to be held here Monday the bids for the work 400 convIcts tn the Frankfort peniten fI tiary will be gone over finally and the contract may be awarded at that time- The bids were put in several ways and each bidder had several propositions so that it was a difficult matter to understand without study how touch eachI bidder had actually bid The bids as figured up were A D Martin 70 cents for 250 men 71cImen Reliance Manufacturing Company of Chicago 67c for 400 men Kuhn Pants Company 57c for one hundred and fifty men Hoge MontgomerY Co of Frankfort Ot for 400 men SUDDEN DEAtH Of W P MONTGOMERY Well KnoWn and Highly Respec ted Citizen of Washington County PaS sAwayI i The people of this county and especi all those of this community were profoundly shuckedd to hear of the death of W P Montgomery which occurred at his hone Monday afternoop at 4 oclock Mr Montgomery was not onlya man of advanced years being 77 years of age but for sometime had been in bad health Hladeath was caused by acute indigestIon aridIin which he was born and where he had spent all his life He was a man with many admirable traIts of character and his famIliar figure and courteous manner will be greatly missed by all who knew and admired him Mr Montgom ery raised one of the best families ever raised in this county and besides his wire he is survived by the following children Thomas Montgomery Chas Montgomery Sam Montgomery Mrs Kent Smith Mr AB Rudd and Miss Sallie Montgomery of this county and Brother Christopher a member of the Xverian order of Baltimore conductedIthis at by a large concourse of friends The remains were later interred in St Dom inics cemetery IMi Mary Brown the thirteen year1 da4 hter of MrW E Bro n dIed at the home ot her father near Valley Hill yesterday afternoon aft ra monthS illness of typhoid fever The funeral was conducted this morning at wilhs burg No girl in the community was brighter or more popular than the de- Ice iaedf and her death is mourned by all knew her as her bright face and attractive manner will be missed m the community irHhch she lived and where dhe helped to make the world better and happIer A sad death occurred this morning when Catherine U e three year old child of Mr and Mrs W P Kehy died of scarlet fever and meningltis The children of Mr Kelly have for Some weeks been suffering f om scarlet fe ver but the others had recovered To the parents of the little girl we extend our sincere sympathy Tin Sua and CourierJournal IL6I The Springfield SUn LOO per pear y t t TilE BOYS HOME RIGHtS Treat Your Boy as a Member of the familyAllow Him EsL ery Consistent Privilege avImgpan conveniently arrange for it days Christine Terhune Herrick in Womans Home Companion for September Perhaps you are among those fortunate ones who have a large family with a big table where the addition ot an extra plate counts for little If such is the case your way is slmpt Should there beseyerol sons to plan for consider a system of rotation that each may have his guests ina fair ratio If yh ur family is small so that jt is desirablq to have a little notice in adv ncp before adding another hearty boy appetite toI those you have reckoned for fix on certain time when your boy may ask friend in to dinner or supper Boys delightfully uncritical creatures bl their hearts Give them a cordial we come and plenty of food and they WIll I never miss frills of serving Study other compensations for the abstinence from natural racketing you are obliged to demand from your boy while he is at home Provide him chances to let off steam els whEre in places intended for just such relaxations Send him out into the open on holidays and give him the means of pursuing any athletic sport whIch at tracts him Be sure that there is a good playground connected with the shcool he attends Encourage him to work in the gymnasium hAll the compensatIon you offer the boy need not be limited to the possession of a pleasant room and the other privileges I have meutioned Dont forget that whenhe displays the consideration demanded of hurl to a wellregulattd family he is putting a restraint upon himself you can hardly understand no matter how close you sympathize with him Many comments have been made upon the wonderful selfcontrol dIS played by the chIld who submIts without protest toaprhibition or grants prompt obedience tQ a command beyond his comprehension Largely a matter cf habit possibly but there is a great deal of thought going on inside that small head and oftener than we imagine we parents are being haled before a chrles mental judgment seat and condemned unreservedly or with a recommendation- to tJJ rcYtn ANNEXATION FAw- VORED BY CANADIAN A Nationalist Leader in the Dominion of lanada SayS fhey Should Join Uncle Sam AntigonIsh N S Aug 19Annex abonof Cadada to the United States by Canadawas advocated today in an address by Henri Bourassa M P the Nationalist leader of Quebec before the summer school of science p f StFr n CIS Xavier college The speaker dt lt at length with the four possible destinies of Canada namely 1 Remaining in the position jn which she it at present which he regarded as very tmprobabh 2 Imperial fedeiation which would be an unwiEldy and unworkable condition 3 Annexation to the United States 4 Inde pendencai Imperial federation means an im P erial council with a preponderant British influence said Mr Bourassa Conditions to day in Canada make for annexation rather than for imperial fed eration The penetrative influence ot trade by rail and coastal lines the men tal propensities of the two peoplEs by- ing under the sale similarconditions ndustrlal and social the constant inter communication of Canadians and Americans are all powerful factors making for annexatl n Wont Need a Crutch When editor J P Sossman of Cor Helios N C bruised his leg badly it started an ugly sore Many salves and ointments proved worthless Then Buck ens Arnica SalvE heated it thor oughly Nothing L so prompt and sure for Ulcers Boils Bums guts Corns Sores Pimples Eczema or Piles l25c 1Jt lfaydon Robertson f t PRiGRESS OF I OUR NATION In the hort Space of fifty Years Mafvlous Growth of This Great Republic Years ago the population of our IFift was 31000000 now it is fully 90000000 with iooooooo more resi dent under our flag in the Philippines Hawaii Porto RICO Alaska and our other posessions across the seas Fifty years ago our National wealth but slightly exceeded 16OOOOOOOOO tow Wt are worth at least 120000000 000 with immense natural yearly im mense natural yearly increase Fifty years ago our National wealth per capita of our population was 514 now the per capita IS 1333 Fifty years ago we were coining gold nowlourFifty yea rS ags our money circulation per capita of our population was 13 85 now It IS 3459 with a population three times as large Fifty years ago our annual bank clearing totaled 7000000000 a year now 19Gp they exceeded 158000000 000 Fifty years ago the deposits in our saving bank did not qUite aggregate- 150ooopoonow June 30 1909 thev total 3113000000 Fifty years ago the deposits our State bank totaled 257000 000 now IJune301909 they amount to 2467 F fly years ago we dId not have any loan and trust companies now June 30 1909 the deposits held by such corn panes aggregate 2885000000 Fifty years ago the depositors m our saving banks numbered only 693870 nii w th Qy number 8831863IFifty yearsagatbeordmaay revenue of our Goverment was 56000000 now it exceeds 600000000 Fifty years ago our yearly disbusre ment for pensions was 1100000 now it IS 161000000 KENTUCKY WOMENS MODEL SCHOOL A Model Rural School Will Be Erected and Maintained by Them at the State fair The people of Kentucky have grown to look upon their annual State Fair as one ofthe greatest educational institutions in the commonwealth Many evidences Of practical development and enlargement along live stock and agricultural lines are traceable directly to these annual exhibitions A departure specifically along educational channels will be made at the approaching eighth annual State Fair to be held in Louis ville in September A model school building will be erected and maintained and the enterprise is being fostered and carried out by the women of Kentucky This important work is in the hands of the Ladies Auxiliary advisory board This board was recently appointed and consists of the following members Mrs James A Leech Louisville Mrs James A Mitch ell Bowling Green Mrs Charles Weaver Louisville Mrs John n Cas tleman Louisville Mrs John A Strat ton Louisvill Mrs John H Miller Valley Station and Miss Laura Clay RichmondWith ail of Secretary Newman of the State Fair and Pro Ellsworth Regenstein Superintendent of Public Instruction the work has been pushed rapidly and a model schoolhouse will be erected prIor to the Fllir which will be- feund complete in every detail when visitors begin to assemble on the first morning As the State Pair draws vis itors from every section of Kentucky this mbvement IS considered one of the most important ever undertaken by a similar institution in this or any other State The members of the State Federation of Women Clubs and all womens or ganizations of the State have undertaken a campaign for funds and early rte ports indicate that they are meeting with success Both insIde and out the proposed scliooT building will be a model in everywticul It will be equip oed with the most approved schoolroom appliances will be a structure of inexpensive but artistic design and will t u be surrounded by a model school yard Not a detail is to be overlooked even to an exhibit of the school wagons now effectually used in many localities where the model idea has taken root Prof Regenstem will be the host in chief in charge of the building during the Fair weekEx CEMETERY OF ST ROSE father MGonigle Prior of St Rose Endeavoring to Raise funds to Have the Grounds nPut in Good Order Father McGonigle prior of St Rose requests that not qnly each family in the congregation but far and near who have friends buried in the cemetery donate at least 150 towards cleaning it up With the expenditure ofat t IOOO St Rose cemetery can be made the most beautiful spot in Washington county Naturally It is beautIfully sit uated and if once graded and put nypr der it can be kept sobv a very small tax from year to year No doubt to many 1000 looks like a very large sum of money to raise but if each family that has members resting there would donate from 500to 1060 the amount would soon be realized and the donation would not only be given In a noble taus but in the fulfilment qf pIOUS duty to their departed ones tol the priestsot St Rose to the Qjcemeteryand should be the people can then look upon it with that same feeling ofpride that they must have when they enter the graid old church The people of St Rose are never appealed to in vain True What isev- eryoodyd business is nobodyis business and for this reason things ot importance are sometimes direfully neglected but when someone takes the lend all follow wIth a willing and ready response Father McGonigle has now gone to work to have the cemetery beautified but without the cooperation of those who have friends burled there and to whose interest the beauty ot the place belongs the work will fall through but if all unite arid do their part towards the work by donating a small sum of moueY the cemetery will soon be in keeping with the church and will not only Abe the pride of the community but of the county Rb well i DELIGHTFUL J MUSICALE And Porch Party Last Thursday AfternoonMiss Roberts Entertains NerriendSj Miss Elizabeth Roberts entertained a number of her friends at a delightful musicale and porch party laSt Thursday afternoon from four to sex oclock the occasIOn being in the nature o f a fare iell gathering of her most intimate friends at her home before leaving this week for Larkspur Colorado where she expects to remain a long time with her brother Charles Roberts who has a lucrative position there Miss Roberts IS one or the brightest and most interesting of Sprmgnelds younger set with the aided attractions of popularity andth arm amou her numerous friends whp will1isorely miss her in many ways h has been quite frequently entertain SInce the news of her imminent departure has spread among her friends Miss Stella Simms entertained her in the good old Kentucky spend day style on Wednesday on Thursday she herself entertained at the musicale and porch party on Sun day she was entertained toa matinee musicale at Miss Sue Rays and toa dinner and musicale at Miss Rays on Wednesday night on Tuesday night she was with Miss Louise McElroy to dinner and later was entertained by MIss Pearl Connor lit I chafing dish supper in the Connor home While so many ofher friends are dis tressed t her departure for such a long time they all cordially wish her a verY happy stay in Colorado and look for = ward with eagerness to her return visit home next summer with the hope that sue will decide to remain here instead tf gOing back to Colorado X In buying a cough medicine dont bl afraid to get Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is no danger from it and relief is sure to follow Especially rec ommended for coughs colds and whoop ing cough Sold by all druggists O i H ATTENTION FARM BOYS A Prize of 100 Offered to the farm Boy Who Shows the Best Judgment of Stock t Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin has oftefed a prize of 100 to the farm boy who shows the best judg ment in scoring live stock at the Stale Fair A number of farmbos have entered this contest and it is anticipat l that about ten or fifteen farm boys will cntest for the prize The boys should be from 16 to 18 years old pod havEL a good common school education to en ter the shorter courses at the College and be a graduate ofa high school to enter the four year course in agriculture The prize money must be used r in defraying expenses while take gone of the educational courses of study r The contest will not be difficnlt and every farm boy in the State should write to Secretary J Wi Newman State airLouisvll1e for entry blanks It coats nothing to enter the contest The FortyEighth Annual Exfitbit Qn of theW Washington County H eJi H idLH d H Started out this morning with a record breaking attendance for the first day More stock better rings and more- attractions this year th never sr beforer Three MoreI Days H1- Be sure to attend TROTTING RACE FRIDAY APTERNnvn ut If r i sr Sy i sf f a I The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher f3PRINGFIELD KENTUCKY L Why is a housefly anyhow The merciful man is now very mer tifnlto his beast We know of some cats that never taU to come back The Mores seem to be less dan terous than Ice cream cones There are 130000 foreign walters In London all with palms extended How aeronauts have cities at their mercy In mimic warfare is becoming amazing With a new record everY day It seems there is no limit to the powers Cf an aeroplane The Chicago woman whose ear was bitten oft by her husband probably didnt feed him enough There Is a very bad 2 blll in circu- laUon Insist on getting ypur change In twenties and fifties A Kansas judge rules that it is the duty of pedestrians to dodge automobiles Also the n cessity Few horses are wearing bonnets this season probably because bonnets are absolutely out of style It you cant swim stay near the shore It you can swim be satisfied to tell your friends about It Two PhIladelphians have lost their yes running for trains Such unusual rite was s re to be fatal in Philadelphia Just bottle up your weather grouch hnd strike a temperature average for the year on the 31st day of next lYe emberIt soon be possible to telephone to England from the United States Very well but how about getting mon Fy that kay7tStill there Is an abiding of optlmls c faith that It will prove easier to edge en aeroplane than an automo bile or motorcycle It would seem that more people are giving their lives to the perfection of the aeroplane than to any former scientific achievementJ In twentyseven years the Kimberley diamond mines have yielded 420 000000 worth of diamonds Still our western cornfields do a lot better than that The man who Is earning his own living In these days however mildly he may be gains about it is truly enough earning his bread by the sweat of his browI Timorous finales who are frightened at the way women are invading mens occupations should take heart at the IlUccess some achieve in trimmin hats Going down to the sea In ships was the ancient idea of peril But it was common place safetyy beside going 4n the air in the most modern style of ships Ten or fifteen deaths among th comparatively few aeronauts and avia tors in the last few months are no only depleting their ranks but showing up air flights as mighty dangerous pastimlng In printing the new passenger tick eta to be used on airship lines should be taken to have it specifle- that stopover privileges may bEr had when necesaryw1thout the signature- of th conductor Counterfeit buttermilk ts being sol in some of the drug stores In the east and the health authorities say it tery s dangerous Wm it never be pOSe Mble to get a good thing that the counterfeiters cant counterfeit Farmers after experiment report that the cows yield their milk better wheJl the phonograph Is kept going In the burn at milking time This seems to otter a grand scheme of relief i n the form of moving all tltq phonographs to all the cow barns The oUburnlng torpedo boat de stroyer Roereached a speed of knots an hour Ina test off the Dela ware breakwater although the con tract requirement was only 28 knots and is now acknowledged to he th fastest exclusively oUburnlng torppdo boat destroyer In the United States navy The AmerIcan shipbuilder has the reputation of cultivating a margin of safety and turning out boats which exceed the maximum requirements of Ontracts When the automobile collides with the locomotive It Is seldom that the latter has to go to the repair shop The work ofa contributing edito- is sometimes made dUficult by th frIends who Insist on coming aroun during office hours to tats politics an tell hunting tories all the news aboutthe ho- spel14hat Was fit to print and some tha was not news it seems that we nigh have aHtle cool weather tor variety iii the hews column I i i KEHTUCKYGLLANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS Of THE COMMONWEALTH W JUDGE DIES SUDDENLY Prominent Official Found Dead Chicken Yard BY GardenerI Stanford Micah Chrisman Saufiey Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dls tract died suddenly at his home near here He went to reed his chickens and soon afterward his gardener found the body of the judge prone upon th ground Judge Saufley was In his 68th year having beenborn fn Monticello Wayne county in 1842 He was elected coup is judge of Lincoln county in 1870 and served till 1874 In 1880 he was a member of the electoral college from the Eighth district and supported Gen Hancock IIi 1888 he was appointed by President Grover Cleveland asso- Ciate justice of the supreme court of Wyoming and remained there urti that territory became a state Besides his wife Judge Saufley i survived by six children out of sigh- whom he reared The bOdy of Judge M C Sautley was laid to rest in Buffalo cemetery Services were held at his homo by Rev Joseph Ballou fOrmer confederate and Dr E M Green of Danville Lln coIn countys new courthouse Is drape- completely In black in honor of th dead judge TRY TO BREAK JAIL Four Men Accused of Murder Nearly Gain Liberty Catlettsburg KyA desperate at tempt was made by the prisoners in the Boyd county jail to make their escape While Jailer Debord was att a coroners inquest several he prisoners succeeded in prying loose some heavy Iron bars and using them as levers had displace- some ot the lighter bars between their cells and the day hall until they had a hole almost large enough to hav permitted their exit Someone hear the noise and Jailer Debord Police man Tom Salyer of this city Police Harrold of Guyandotte an- ohn VanHooz a Baldwin detective who happened to be present ran to the jail and confronted the men withdrawn pistols and drove them back There are four men being held i the jail without bond charged wit murder besides several other despe ate men Bob Hammond who is hel for the murder of Policeman crank o Ashland was on another floor fro m where the attempt to break jail o curved and had no part In It The jail is said to be one of the most secure in the state ELECTION BOARD TO MEET gWill Name County Election Commis- r stoners August 251 Frankfort KyNapler Mains clerk chalrmaipthe state election commission s called a meeting of the state board of election commissioners comprising Danvillee John T of Lexlng Augustt to the cQunty election com missioners Adams only acts ns referee In case of a disagreement Adolph Wells secretary of the corn mission has addressed a letter to the chairman of the state centrland ex Democratsd c typewritten list of names be sent to the state commission from which to make their appointments Three men must be recommends by each party from each county itr which to select the county comma stonersI i CLAIMS BLOODY CLOTHING IWendJng Then Refused to Talk Upo n Advice of Attorney Louisv111eJoseph Wendling Indicted on the charge of murdering Alm Kellneris now in the Jefferson county jail awaiting trial at the October term of court Upon his arrival here Wendltng was taken to the office of Cal H Vatson- Lindsey chief of and titer shown the bloody Clothing which are thee S committed Weudling identified several of thee artiCles as havin1f belong ed to him but when his attorney J Reginald Clements arrived hG advised his client not to talk any further to the police This sealed the lips of the prisonerEAGLE SCARES MOTHERS Glasgow KyThe anxious mothers of South Clasgo v were considerably worried recently by a large bald nelghboer adt childredn sam every the bird swooped down near some home 0tan to its Immense e could eastly9 carry off a small child seveeralt i BANKERS FAVOR INSPECTION Plan of Secretary of State ESruner its Approved At a meeting of the bankers of the Eighth district at Lawrenceburg resolutions were adopted declaring in favor of the plan for bank inspection byDrThe banker all thought Inspection of the state bank would be a good thing for the banks and the fact that the banks will bQ inspected voluntarily- will do much to hold confidence of the depositors But only a few banks have shown any disinclination to be nspected and the great majority like the plan proposeq by Dr Bruner Ue is sending out circular letters explain ins tie system of bank inspection and the contract which ls to be signed by the banks agreeing to pay the cost of inspection of their institutions These will be made public later so that the fineIt rTIe Commonwealth I Eliza b th town Vllliampurpcell a farmer was accidentally drowned In the Nolan river in the southern part ot the county near Webbs mill HE was in bathing at the time and got be yond his depth The wIn Jf John G Carlisle was filed for probate in Washington WH executorttween three grardenildren It is es tlmtert to be worth about 90009 BedfordE King had 23 acres fWheat which turned out more than 40 bushels per acre The wheat crop avdOatseyield abou t 30 bushels Corn in good condition MlltoJlThe big peach of Trimble county is now being gathered and shipped to market at the rate of from 3000 to 4000 bushels a dRY Much If the fruit weighs from seven to nine ounces and is bringing from 150 to 8250 per bushel Russellville bills Mame tardy ot this county died In the Western Ken Hopkinsffor burial She was buried at the Walnutdi51yearold felldafterwardf adneer from the shoc- kLexingtonThe official board of the Nationals Fox Hunters association Hotelndecided to hold their annual fox hhunt this year at Crab Orchard begin ning November 18 The bench show fwill begin the Monday following The hunt will last a week FourthcKentucky confederate soliiiers willl be held here Thursday September 29 for one day only William Crabb of Eminence Is president and William Turner of Turners Station secretary ot the association Dr L G Canter has charge of local affairs aided by the Commercial club- Catlettsburg The body of a finely dressed woman aboitt 35 years of age was found the Ohio river A rope was attached around the body Tllf police authorities of Huntington Va stated that the body was that of Mrs Henry Hall who disappeared a week ago having with her 415 Thera was no money found on the body OwensboroAs the waters of the recent floodloave the fields of Davies county millions of fish are being gath Bred by the farmers It Is said that In some places the fish were stopped up with a shovel Many of the fish were dead and local fish dealers ex aperfenced much trouble over the sale of spoiled fish by country residents GlasgowFrank L Eubank aged neardagemwas one Monroe county but removed to Dar ren county many years ago where ho made a largo fortune In growing to bocce and corn e is sun ived by one daughter Mis Sarah Andersoti Eubank beeniFarmers institute whith will be hold atwo days in the courthouse at Bed ford Friday and Saturday August 26 and 27 The official program has not yet been announced but several prom anent speakers from over the state will be present besides the loco speakers Sergeant Pennsylvania capitalists are negotiating for a 5OOOacro coal- and timber tract on thc hcadwaters or Cumberland river in this county If the deal goes through It is understood that the company will open develop meats at an early date Thousands of acres are changing hands in that sec tion and all things point to a great in dustrial awakening Mt SterlingWhle mowing with countyJoeteam ran away throwing him JIi front of the knife and cutting off one of his legs and bruising him badly lie was rushed to the hospital for an operation- to save his life Tom rkinsvilleThe aflnualreunion of the federal Wand confederate sol dfers has just closed at Splvy Tenn about nine miles south or this place a delegation ri erein attendance hljheld For Hot Weather When the sun strengthens and blazes In the sky and heat becomes a factor to reckon with In dress and everything else mlllinery must De cool looking or twill fall to be attractive All white or combinations ot white with black give us the crispest and best effects for the dog days But white set off with a bit of scarlet deft blue or leaf green Is smart and effective also and may be chosen in stead of whIte with black Black for time wear Is not cool looking except wjell made Qf the thln1 est fabrics like lace and net The big black hats of hair braid or pyroxyUne are lacy to texture and the admiration and the darling of the summer girls heart This season they belong to the mystery class those hats that come down over the head veiling the eyes and showing the profile from one side only The corday hats of net and lace CHARMING LINGERIE GOWN Excudlngiy Pretty Dre tEmlnentIY Suitable for Garderi Party or River Wear A very charming lingerie gown has a smartly cut skirt tucked flounce upon which appears a row of van dyked Insertion the Insertion being continued at the top of the flounce In the same form and appearing at intervals upon the skirt the center im mediately below the knee being beau tifully embroidered The bodice has a collar of valenclennes 1acq hiser- tlons of which appear in dainty design upon the bodice and upon the onj sleeves and waist belt the center of the bodice being embroidered to match the skirt This Is an exceeding ly pretty and useful model and Is eminently suitable for garden party or river wear This model Is the one lustrated above Effective Sofa Pillows An effective and easily made sofa pillow for a summer hume Is made In oblong shape 14 hy 20 Inches The pill is covered with plain heavy weare crash tn ecru or gray Two Inches from Each end are bands of flowered cretonne three Inches wide crossing the pillow These bands are edged ion both sides with naxro w ecru lace d flat Another variation had the body of the pillow of flowered chintz r cretonne with hands of figured ecru Un en suctra iu used for furniture cov Bring The ends of this pillow have a twoinch wide linen lace in ecru tints or those made on the helmet sha have captivated as many as the big drooping picture hats A lovely hat for the hot weather III shown here made of dead white overlaid with black chantilly lace grouping of four Immense roses tulle and silk Is mounted across the front they are almost colorless with a blush of pale pink at the edges ot some of the petals The effect is o millinery r s light as air A pretty sailor for practical wear Is trimmed with white wings and a coronet of plaited ribbon across the front The shape Is a Milan In the pale yellow of the finished hat Al the trimming Is pure white and crisp satin faced ribbon is chosen fo malting the plaiting A floating washable lace veil isc they thing generally worn with these sailors ARt IN WEARING OF SASH rHeight and Breadth Can Bq Increase d or Toned Down by Draping of Sash Where Is a great deal of art Intbe wearing of a sash One can increase ones height or ones breadth adorn a plain gown tone down an elaborate one gite a touch Qf distinction to theWaadjusted Try wearing the sash in shawl style over the shoulders caught by a stitch In back and tucked under the lengthsjust to waistHkefasten with n knot at the sides of the skirt below the knees Then there Is the Scotch tartan of feet especially attractive with a plaid bandoverdraped one over the back and th e right and a knot at the waist on the left side To that the sash falls In broad width almost to the bottom o the frock The adjustment of the sash may welt have reference to the conceal garmentItineradicable stain It should size the good points of the figure an hide the bad That Is Why the olel fashion Qf the stiff bow at the back womanlookGive a little thought to the dra1lng forbeauty The Dainty Negligee Dalnty jnesllgees appeal to most women and ments can bgar interesting crossbarby a simple long kimono pattern The neck was finished with a large shawl collar or persian hewn and valen flowIngeffect Both sleeves and collar were oti t short waist length and was threaded thofrontTula 4 Roses A charming trimming on a pink sill evening dress seen recently consists of a cluster of five roses formed 01 pink tulles with green tulle stem twisted over thin wire sewed to the left side of the low neck The elIect andshowedagalntouches to raise a gown from thn 10m- IQCnplac a I MISUNDERSTOOD HIM 11Irryv liMy friend said the solemn many on the railroad trail do yoU drink Intoxicating liquors 1 S rcried the convivial chap Much obliged for the invitation Got s flask with you Had Lost Faith In DOcK ors and Medicines r 1 wish to thank you for the sample of Reslnol Soap sent me several weeks ago writes Mrs M F Clem mer Su bury Pa At that time mY babys face was like a raw and bleed Ing piece of meat Medicine from three different physicians besides various salves recommended by friends all seemed to make the Eczema worse Then another mother recommended Resinol Ointment which I procUred at once although I had no more faith i it than in the rest I had tried but never did I spend fifty cents to better advantage The first and second days I noticed a remarkable Jange andLnow at the end of the third week pretty blueeyed rosycheeked baby Is perfectly well again t think the cure remarkableR elseAbabyhadhis complexion Is all right again Reslnol Ointment cures all skis disfand The first application stops two intense itch ins of Eczema itching Piles Pruritus etc and sUbdues the pain ot a burn or scald instantaneously It Is sold 1is every leading drug store in the wo andrsent for itResinol Chemical Co Baltimore Md Doll House Library A search for a chUds short story The Griffin and the Minor Canon In a volume all by Itself revealed to a persistent city shopper the thought and money that aree expended on the furnishing of dolls houses Book stores had not the story in a single volume but in a department store one yoUng woman interviewed had recently been transferred from the toy department and was able to contribute a helpful hintc I think she said you can tind it in one of the dolls houses downsWrsI Curiosity had by that time become a sauce to literature so the shopper hurried downstairs to inspect the doll houses Three ot the most expensIVe houses contained libraries consisting of a score of diminutive books andIeach book contained a childs story r complete One ot them was The iIGriffin and the Minor Canon LEG A MASS OF HUMOR About seven years ago a enroll abrasion appeared on my right4 leg just above my ankle It irritated me so that I began to scratch it and it began to spread until my leg frommy ankle to the knee was one solid scale alwaysfme to sleep or my wife either and It was completely undermining our weighttpain and chagrin as no matter where thedr would have to scratch It until I had the blood running down Into my shoe r simply cannot describe my suffer lug during those seven years The pain morication loss of sleep both inderscribable on paper and one has to ex perlence it to know what It Is I tried all kinds of doctors and rem adies but Iml htas well have thrown my money down a sewer They would dry up far a little while and fill me with hope only to break out again just as bad it not worse I had giVen up hope of ever being cured when I waS induced by my wife to give the Cull curs Remedies a trial After taking the Cutlcura Remedies for a little while I began to see a change and after taking adozen bottles of Cull curs Resolvent in conjunction with the CuUcura Soap and CuUcuraOint meat the trouble had entirely dlsap seared and my leg was as fine as the day I was born Now after a lapse ot six months with no signs of a recur rents r feel perfectly safe in extends ins to you my heartfelt thanks for the good the Cutlcura Remedies have done for me I shall always recommend them to my friends 1VH 312 E Cabot St Philadelphia PaFeb and Apr 131909 More Likely It Is said that two Nicaraguans would rather fight than eat But dont jump tit the amcluslor that this Is an indication of greatk courage It may mean poor cooking I 12 t r r I I1ACToFsL HnHeir cYfillions BY Frederick Redda- iow Author V0tThe Other etc mustrationsby Ray Walters 1COPYrliht by J B Llpplnoott CoISYNOPSIS rlYIngproperty to the son of a sister of Whom he has heard nothing for years nd whose married nan he does BOt now Meleen was married years before which4rPnd their daughter were dead The scene hifts to New York introducing Wilfrid tennis who Ia telling his fiancee Eunice rsvecca what he would do If he were Lfle possessor of wealth In the law of nee of Carboy Passavant Cozine at orneya for the estate of Melean Roger paws reports the result of his search for of Meleen He conoeals the fact that daughteriiconcerningk1MeIeenII11ons t meetsIlara11fl1d8ftentfons beComes jealous of to Cara He yacht and starts on a Itrip abroad the UIvants being includd In the party oger Hews haVing discbvered that Eu AndyMeleenhis oWt advantage He proposes to Eu- RIce and Is reJected Jaded after two years of gaiety In Europe Wlltrld returns Cud medlately calls on Eunice QtIAPTER VuContinued That was very kind of you said- eunIce as she led the way to the old familiar roam only a little dimmer ant duller thin usual but noverthe less toWflfrid a very haven of rest fulnoss Father will be delighted to see yoU and hear all about your tray els And what about yourself Eunice maid Wilt moving closer to her but hot venturing to touch her although he was possessed with an unutterable longing to take her to his heart as of yore as 8he stood there In her freph cool beautya little more mature a little more sedate and womanly and to his tired splrft infinitely grateful and soothing Of course I am glad to see you Jlhe said In quietly level tones lifting her eyes to his as She spoke with a steadfast and limpid regard their depths unstirred by any sign of deep or feeling within If her heartstrings vibrated little or much she bad her self wonderfully in hand Stennis turned away with a half petulant sigh and dropped into a chairhis old favorite seat f Ihave been several kinds of a fool 1nce I saw you he was beginning when Eunice broke in banteringly Oh pray dont begin your confes stone so soon I would rather hear about the pleasant things you have llee and done Stennis looked at her in wonderment This was a now Eunice alto pther out of his ken She had- Bested herself by the window and was already busied over a bit of dell cats drawnwork which the slightest tremor of hand or dimness ot eje might ruin Her coolness was dlsap pointing even aggravating In wkat school had she acquired this 1souclancA of voice and manner Clearly lie thought she had not been wearin her beart away during his absence Perhaps there was a suo cessor to her favor he reflected jest ously But thennnd there he regIstered a mIghty oath that he would try to win her back if he had to begin his woo lag all over again Thoughts ny quickly as Arlels girdle and Eunices last words had scarcely cas d vibrating on the air than Wiifrid found himself replying wIti a mtleIMust I begin at the very begin nlng like the children From the very becommencement- as one of my little Sunday school tots Bays Well thenoh bang It all 1unlce I cant begin In cold blood In that way Ask rue questions give me a start You knpw nev r was famous for ticketing and labelmg7 my thoughts Eunice laughed QuieUya deiicio ly low ripple of merriment All rIght She exclaimed wIth just a trace of her old occasionally piquant manner But if I put any Impertinent queries Mr Stenuls you may decline to answer on the usual legal grounds And what may they beZ inquired WUfrid whose wits were cehalnly not at their sharpest that day On the score that the answer would degrade or incriminate you she retorted saucily Wilfrid drew himself up stiffly se lag which Eunice hastened to say contritely There I dldnt mean that Mr StennIs but you gave me too easy an opening But It you insist on calling me Mr Stenui put in the Instantly Jtlol- U1ctWlJJr1d InIlk1n the most of this Ofltr7 aftet1b ti D IUI1 hants e able to 10 0 at aU It was always Wilt and Eunice before 1 went away Ab said the girl In low and vibrant tones we used to do a Teat many fooUllh things In those days We were both rather silly I dare say Now you are a lan of the world and I am getting to be an old maid so we must put U nonsnse behind us How can she speak that way mused Wilfrld Nonsense she calls it Well perhaps it was Then aloud It was the sweetest time of my l1fel have found that outfIthe said fervently You did not think so then Eunice flashed back at him with woman fondness fora lively retort She could have bitten out her tongue the instant for she was determined hat the conversation should not tale a sentimental Or a reminiscent turn f1f she could help it That was one of the fool things I started tQ confess awhile agosaid Stennis ruefu11y pulling at his fair mustache Confessions are expressly prohibited saId EUnice quickly Now am going to begin my crossexamina tion In the first plice are wew congratulate you For what 1 asked WiIfrid blankly Upon your engagement or your marriage to Miss PatsavantI do not know whlcD not having heard from youthis with much sweethess but the papers have had you engaged and married three or tour times Papers be tN exclaimed Wil frid I tell you Eunice thats ltThere never was a word of truth In It anyway Why I havent seen Clara Passavant for six months ID his earnestness he leaned towards her hair out of his chair Oh Im so sorry murmured Eunice bending over her work Are you And why pray Because It always seemed to meaI very wise arrangement for both of you She has beauty refinement and social position you have the money What more could the world ask There It was out and Eunice felt that shecould breathe more freelY Maid arid Bitter Am 11 Again and again during the past two years she had schooled herself to make some such Indifferent speech as this Wilfrld gasped This was the girl who had promised always to wear his ring who bad assured him that hat ever happened she would never cease to care for him By JOve he thought shes hard as nails Never gave her credit for that sort of thing But aloud he said with some show of dignity You seem to have left oae item out of your calculations Eunice And what may that be inquired the girl holding her work up to the light and Inspecting It very earnestly I didnt care for her In that way Poor thing Eunice retorted mockingly How dreadful Did she ever find it out I dont know and I dont care exclaimed the baited Wiifrld Let me tell you one thing Eunice You areNow please dont exclaimed Eunice elevating an admonitory finger I can Imagine just what yo1l are going to say and ld rather you wouldnt Are you ever going to be gin on those adventures of yours Think of Othello What has he got to do wlthlU Eunice sighed in simulated dis tress tIlls very easily seen that for elgn travel has not broadened yow mind to the extent yOU hoped It would That sir Is a classical allusion l cant see what you are drlvlnL at protested WUfrld You are not a bit s you used to be I dont know what to make df you I What went yegut for to see quoted untce looking at him quiz tically but Stennis chose to ignore his rema ki Why are you so hard and so bit terthats what I want to know At this unjust accusaUon Eunice rose and confronted him her boson rising and falling tempestuously at last Hard and bitter am I she re pelted in deep chest tones and mov Lng towards the door If the Inter view were prolonged another moment she felt that she would collapse Hard and bitter she reiterated Perhaps I am You made me sol How do yoU like your work And Bhe fled from the room Wilfrid found his hat and then the street in dazed surprise He never dreamed that the sWeet and even tempered Eunice could barnor or give vent to iuch intensity of feeling Too WasIrooms hl turin his abuaes md ww by thlz tim his man might ks es- peeted to have vertitng In order Hire too ho found his secretary with a sheaf of letters wanting replies1 especially a lengthy communlcatioa from Carboy Passavant Cozine beseeching his personal attention to sundry matters connected with hit vast propertleL Despite his lavish ex penditure he had not disbursed half his Income consequently there was always a surplus of cash on hand de manding investment Mr Passavant had evidently seen hll name among tryingTell old Passavant to go to the devil exclaimed Stennis irritably meanIllWrite and tell him eo please Iwant- to be alone this evening Thus left to himself he extin guished the lights and went to the balconied open window Commanding a view at the Rlverllide drive and the silver Hudson Here he sat suo king and taking stock of himself Un- ti1the night was far spent The Inventory was not a very satta factory one from any point of view Where wdre his former roseate dreams of serene and supreme hap plnesll which were to become concrete realities with the pos esslon 4of boundless wealth True he had achieved many things which none but a spoiled darling of fortune could have accomplished He had quatte4 the cup of pleasure to the dregs he had seen and tastedmerely tasted gilded vice there his innate clean ness of nature and clarity of mind had kept him from any great damage to health or reputation Hut that sort of thing was only negative virtue and he knew it f he had wrought no serious harm to others or to hImself he had of as equal surety accomplished no good There must be something In life for him beyond mere spending eating drinking and wearing fine clothes But where and how to find It Not among the fashionable and frivolous folk with whom he had cast his lot hitherto nor among women of the type of Clara Passavantthough she was not by any means the worst product of her guild Indeed come to think of It she was the best ol the bunch Her influence on the whole had made for good 100kUiS backward be could see how much tie really owed her she had molded him and made a man of him In those early days of his newfound riches when without her aid or in the hands of woman of commoner clay he might have gone to perdition Yes ho had every reason to thInk kindly of Clara Passavant He mlhl have married herhe could now if he chose to say the word Perliapi that would be the best thing that could happen to him Eunice had cast him offunjustly pf course weakly ready in his chagrin toblame someone else for his own shortsightedness JHe h d said that he did not lovi Clara wbichwas perfectly true Val there in the world any such thing w lovereallpure disinterested love OncO upon a time ho had thought sobut now Too late ho discerned that in let ting Eunice Trevecca slip through hit fingers he had lost wh t might have proved a shee anchor for happiness With her by his side as gula count selor frIend aria wife what might he not have accomplished Was it tao late It looked that way Nevertheless the next night found him In Greenwich village again Tbll time old John Treveoc was at homeland the evening passed in recount1nl his adventures and In going over some choice photographs he had gathered together for EUnice B1lt not for an instant did she permit her self to be alone with him and although l1e called again and agaIn many successive days and nights he never succeeded In seeing her tQta tote How was he to establish hlmseU anew In her good graces how win back the footing he had purued it she never gave hiss the chance And so for wnt of anythJng better an to stifle regret he tOols up the gay round and routine of social diversion and fashionable frlbble where he hact left them off two years before One other thing he did however On a elulltul site near what fsnow called Cathedral HeIghts he began the erection ofa dwelling which would embody all hs old ideals o vhdt such a place should be enriched with the newer Ideas picked up dux- ing his travels And to Clara Passavant aad 11el friends It began to seem as if atter- aU she might at some day not tar dlstant become the mlstre s of this worthy addition to the mUlIonalr I houses or Now York TO BE CONTINuED Of No Ue When I was YQurage raliLthi man to his little son I waz the best behaved boy In town My parent wourd not allow me to play In the street theY made me keep my face washed and my hair brushed the compelled me to be welj mannered at- an times and I was sent to bed earl ovdry night and awakened arlY In the morning My parents trained me to be a model obedient polltO boy Vhy cant you belike I was at your age But papa answered the lad what would be the use It doesnt- seem to have done any good in you I case Such a Waste Sculptor to his friendWel what do You think or iny bust FIne piece ot sparble lunt ltV FriOnd- Magniflcent What a pity to make bust ot itI It Would have made lovely uishataadT1tBIts j 1 ROUNDABOUT THE STATE iIE + i + 11 WANT BACK TAXES Revenue AgentsWant Money for pur c lIs Personal Property Representatives of the KentIcky state auditors office have ben in Newport recently gatherIng inform Uon as to personal property made public nwms offered for probate and It is very likely action will be taken for taxes aljeged to be duo the state Attorney Gllfilan of State Revenue Agent Rehorns office was in Newport to secure copies of the wills of the late MIchael Purcell Charles Kunath- snd Charles A R mme It Is caIbned by the revenue agents that the estate ot Purcell Is Indebted to the state on 50000 Kunaths estate for 1200 and the estate ot Charles Remme on l3 000 Suits to recover taxes on these amounts are now being prepared by Attorney GlIfllan FARMERS INSTITUTE TO MEET Ietcher County Men Look Forward to Sessions Whit sburgThe Letcher County Farmers Institute will convene here Monday W B Webb chairman will can the meeting together after whIch C S Kirk of Inez anautJ1ority on the subject will speak on farming as a vocation T J Perkins of Whitley county will speak on Thy on the Farm J C Baldwin On Agricul ture and Education Judge J DFitz patrIck on SanItation In the Home the Hon I W Fields on Why Educate the Girls and N M Webb di- tor of the Mountain Eagle on V4eat Growing Other Interesting subjects will be discussed BANKS TO BE EXAMINED Work to Begin September 1Exarrdn ers Must Give 10000 Bond Frankfort Secretary of State Bruner wilt examine the banks ot tcen Lucky beginning with eptember JIHe has mailed copies of au agreement be tween thesepretary of state and thEI state g tionsto the state banks and bankIng instJtutld s The agreement provides that the secretary of state give a bond to carryout the contract to appoint competnl men who have had practical banking xperience and whose ability qua n cations and adaptability for the won shall be jaesed upon and saictione- tby a com nitteeof flvebusiI met and pratical bankers Brthier lias fixed the bond of the bank examIners at 10000 and the banks will be ix t1eSenateerai assembly March 1910 andwas known as the bank examiners bill STATE BANKERS TMEET E B Vreclan of NewYork Will Ie One of the PromlnC nt Sakers- LoulsvilleThe eighteenth annua convention or the Kentucky Banker association will be in session here S tembeih2 and 13 and troinprescnt indicationsil bids fair to rove otic- o the most successful conference hold since the founding of the Organ bYation The conference will be called to order nt 10 oClock in the morning o SeptemJ3er 12 by J CUtterback or Paducah president of the assocIation Op the morning of the second day lhn Edward B Vreeland of Nev YOrk will speak on Do We Need a Central Bank MEDICAL COLLEGES DISCUSSED YoulsvilleThe Kentucky stat board of health in session in Louls yule discussed the conditIons of the vnious medical ollegeshroughou t the state The colleges have been cr11 iclsed seerely and conditions are Ing discussed with the heads qf the colleges The following physicIans were elect edjo fill the offices created by the last legislature Dr V L Helzer Ne Haven Ky superintendent of vital statistics Dr L H South l3ol1n reen Ky state bacteriologist Prol Fred Mutcher Vestern State Normal school assistant state chemist ani Dr Paul Reason formerly with the Ohio tate board of health aunltar- egsh eer JThe followIng fourthclass postmasters were appointed for KentuckY John C Finley Emlyn Whitley count llnh D Jones Saloma Taylor county MAN BITTEN BY SNAKE LouIsvilIeA coiled snake read y to sprIng Sd horrified Michael Flan gan a ellknown racehorse owDel at the Douglas Park race track thatI he was unable to move until the tile had fastened Its fangs in his anni Flanlgan was pulling some ion grass for one of his horses that he had been exercIsing when he discosere the reptile A rope was bound around his ariD and lie was rushed to the nearest physician In an automobile Hew1ll rc oVer WENDLING SEES WIFE Meeting Took Place In Louisville Jill in Presence of a Guard LouIsvUleJOsepb Wendling the accused murderer of Alma KeUter was visited by his wife and according to those present the meeting was most atrectronate Accompanied by her at t9rney J Reginald Clements and PrJv ate Detectives John Hutchen and Harry Stone who will assist in defense ext Wendltng Mrs Vend ngI came to the jaiL She was Immedl- ately taken to the attorneys consult- Ing room and there in the presence of a guard was allowed to see her husband My poo Joe Joe I WendIlfngneck and kissed him several times Although Wendling was loud in his denunciation of hIs wife while on his way from San Francisco he seemed reaUy glad to see his wife Her joy was almost unbounded and aIl through the interview she continued to shower wifely affections upon him Just as she was about to leave she gave him with which to buy little things that4would bring him comfort during his confinement This brought a smile to his face and he thanked her They shook hands as they separated KentuckyJn1IigcLexingtonErnest aged 41 known In the south as a minor official of several railroads committed suicide here by drowning in the reservolr of the city water company Ill heath Is assIgned as the cause LouisvilleCharged VJh havIng married four times without having ob- ta ned a divorce from anyone of hi wiveS and also charged with having- stolen a dianiond ring a gold watch and other jewelry from Carrie Lee Warner Of Winchester Ky to whom he was engaged CLr Frazier was ar rested here FrankfortRoy Wilhoit secretary of the rallr6ad commission here received the articles of incorporation of the Bowling Green Northern railroad whIch has a capital stock of S100000 The road will extend from Bowling Green to connect with the Illinois Central railroad in Grayson county a dis tance of 15 mile- sLexingtonThere will be nine weeks of racing in Kentucky the corn ing fall beginning here on Septembex 19 and ending at Liatonia on November 19 The opening Of five stakes to be decidsdhere in September came In the nature of a surprise It hac been 20 years since there was afal stAke at the local trackIBrandpnberg Charles Gear shot to death Joseph Thomas was fa taUt Wounded and Preston Gear crawl ed Into the woods presumably dying from a gunshot wound during a fight over a crap game at Big Springs Ky Each of the three men was shot in the abdomen James Tate and Joseph Ammon are charged with the crime The three victims are sons of weU TknownLouisvilleTn October a contest will be held here between the tree greatest raclIig stars in public on the AmerIcan turf today namely Fitzlier bert Ballot and Olambala The event as proposed Is to be weight for agd at either a mlleand a quarter or a mile and a half the distance to be decided upon by mutual agreement between the trainerS of the three cracks ThE purse win be 500- 0GynthianaAn automobile party oS five from thl city was striik by s freight train at the Mike Woods crossing on the Lair pike one mile from this city The car was smashed to pieces and three of the p rty badly hurt The other two escaped witb only slight injuries It Is claImed by the men who were In the car that the train was going at full rateof speed when it hit them and did not whistle for the crossing AshlandIn a raid here the proprietors of fourteen stands where only nonintoxicating refreshments were supposed to be sold were arrested charged with selling intoxicating liii uor and in the trIal that closely followed twelve of them were convicted and fined 75 and sentenced tO ten das in jail AU ofthpm gave bond pending an appeal tO the highez courts FalthbuthFenus Middleton aged 24 years just released from the penIS tentlany where he did one years time for robbery was lodged 4st jail herE- on a similar charge Miadleton war employed bya farmer named Lowe at Morgan Jy and It was claImed sandbagged the aged man fOr the mon ey he had made on his turkeys Ht then went to the house where he found Middletons wireand it tr claimed hit beron the head with the same sandbag that felled the husband He was tried for the offense commlb ted on the husband and when criminal court onvenes he will be tried f i the alleged charge commUted on the wonanII rsontFlve desperate prisoners sawed out of sail here The miss inSmen are Vood MdMahon JessE Simpson and Homer Sweeney charged with highway robbery Steve Wilson murder and Den Bush forgery The prisoners cut the steel ceiling climled Into the cupola and dropped to the ground with the aid Of blankets twist ed Into ropes LexingtonThrough the purchase of 95 acres rom William Vance Jame E Haggiefrits made another valuab- hadditlonto his Dendorl farm C over 7000 acres l j OWES IIERLIFEIO Lydia EPinkhamsVegetable Compound withfallingtors said Icould not I knew I could not stand the strain ot one so I wrote to and you told me Blood PUrifier I am todaya well womanMrs WnimxAHRENs 988 W 21st St Chicago m Compound harmfulcuresofotyolunthe Plnkhani laboratory at Lynn beencured ulcerapainsbackacheIndigestion such suffering w man owes it to PlimkhamsVegetable IfYQU would like spedal advice aboutyour case write a conflden attiyt1iiIiWd always helpfuL withI Ihad agoabout Aftertaking Vegetable Thompsons Ey Watr U THE DOCTORS IDEA U IInvalidDoctor I must positive1i Insist upon knowing the worst Dr WlseWeU I guess my tiUlwlll be about S6 Quotation Marks Senator Beveridge In an after dinner speech in Cleveland said or a corrupt politician The mans esc se is as absurd as the excuse that a certain minister of feredon being convicted of plagiar ism Brethren said this minister it Is true that I occasionally borrow for my sermons but I always acknowl edge the fact in the pulpit by raising two fingers at the beginning and two at the end Of the borrowed matter thus indicating that it is quoted Adlce- Doctorcalled little Bingle over his telephone my wife has losther voice What tIle dicks shall I 101 Why said the doctor gravely it I were you Id remember the fact when Thanksgiving day comes around ana act accordingly Whereupon the doctor chuckled as lie charged little Bingle 2 for professional servlcesHarpers Weekly The minute a man begins to try to save money his friends call him a lgbtwacL Convenient For Any Ma1 Posty Toasties Are always ready to serve right from the box with the addition 9f cream or milk Especia l1y pleasing with berries or fresh fruit Delicious wholesome economical fock1 whidli saves a lot of cooking in r hot weather uTha Memory L1IiTrS l t PoSTtThL CEREAL co LWJiBlltttle ekIlcht t gTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST zq 1910 1 I IP1N6FIELD SUN ISSUED EvERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance ML SMITH Editor aiid Pxblisher lntered at the postoffice at Springfield Yy for transmission through the mailS as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year i81z Months bu Three Months DEMOCRATIC TICKETS e FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON To Our Subscribers As this isa very dull time in the printing business we wish to ask of the subscribers to the Sun who have been receiving the paper for the past one or 2 years and have not paId for same to please call andsettle or send check to uS by mail AT ONCE These are very- dull times wIth us and after giving you one and two years to pay such small ac counts we hope to hear from those ow lag such small amounts nt once as we believe no man will find It hard to dig up a dollar or two to pay for his home paper on such liberal terms Look at the label on your paper aid if you have inot paId for a year Cr twcome in and settle with us BOOKER This vicinity was visitedby a good rain Sunday which was much needed Several here have cut their tbacco crop JipsEliza Goatley is recovering from Jttackof typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Cull spent oneday laSt w TaylorsvilleHam one r mule price unknown LewisCull spent Friday and Saturday wIth his sIster neat Bloomfield Mr and Mrs Joe Goatley spent Sun day wIth Mr and Mrs Jeff Smith Mrs Ham P11e spent Sunday with her father Francis Kirsch of Nelson county rJrs Hen M Pile and daughter Lillie spent Thursday with Mrs Joe Goat let Mrs Jane Settle and son Dave spent R1VJerbought of Cult BrothErs a farm price 54 per acre- Protracte meeting closed at New hope Monday with 24 addItions Little Edward Goatley has been on the sick list but is better at this writ ingMrs MarY Belle Pile and Susie Bob litspent Sunday WIth Cathie Settle I Look out boys for a wedding soon Saved from Awful Peril I never felt so near my grave writes Levis Chambrin f Manchester frightfuldown tu115 pounds in spite lif many remedies and the best doctors And lelyitoDrpletely cured me Now I weigh 160 pounds and can work hard It also cured my four children of croup Infallible for Coughs and Colds its the most certain remedy for la grippe asthma des perate lung trouble andall bronchial affections 50cand 100 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson I ONLYONEAPPLICATION Irpm Kentucky Postmasters for Postal Savings Deposits Little Interest Shown A statement recently issued by thE Postoffice Department at Washington shows that up to that date only one postmaster in Kentucky has asked that his office be made a postal savings depository but thirtythree Kentucky banks have filed applications The fig ures for Indiana are eleven postmasters and twentyfour banks for Tennessee nine postmasters and sixteen banks Pennsylvania leads all the States WIth applications from thirtyfour post mast ers and one hundred and two banks Lightning Pranks F iA fine ram fell in this county Sunday morning which was greatly needed and which will beof inestlenable benefit to the tobacco growers While the rain was godsend lightning on the other hand played consideraple havoc A barn on th e placeof Squire J OFolin was struck arid burned to the ground and two fine mares and colts which were m It were also burned The large chimney of the Walton Hotel was struck and a number of bricks knocked loose while other minor instances of damage have been repnrtedy fifth Generation Quite a remarkable little fellow made hIs appearance in the world August 15 when a son was born to Mr and Mrs HughLeachman of near town The little fellow ushers in the fifth generation of the Leachman family and also has the distinctIon of having seven grandmothers viz MeSdames J S Leachman Rebecca Bishop Tom Bishop Lavinia Jones and Emma Wilson of this county and Annie Brewer ana Lizzie Williams of Nelson county Gathering Them In 1tJames Richardson a negro known as Lightning Bug was arrested at No blesville Ind a few days ago He is said to have ben the manwho stabbed Carl Etherington while the latter was- being dragged from the fail to the pole where he Was lynched Richardson IS said to have washed his bloody hands at a hotelatter Etherington was hanged Daring Robbery Attempted Sunday night about 1230 a Mr Freeman of Washington county was held up at the point ofa pistol by two unknown men on Greenville street near the residence of Mrs Julia Dalton but he dissuaded the men from taking hIS money After his escape ke notified the officers and together wIth Messrs William Barnes and Cecil Bohon who saw the altercation from their window cus at Mrs Daltons they went to the cir grounds jn search ot the thugs but could not find them in the darkness Monday the Ybung men had ChIef Smith arrest a man but Mr Freeman would not say positively that he was one of his assailants and the prisoner wasset- at libertyHarrodsburg Republican Will Elect Governors This rear Thirtysix of the fortyslx States of- the Union will elect Governors this fall Kentucky is not one of them nor is In indiana one of them but her other neighbors Ohio and Tennessee wlll elect For willia in that State have previously been held m June Vermont Maine and Arkansas will elect their executives in September and Georgia will choose her governor in October The remaining thirtytwo Governors wIll be elected at the regular November IollsI THE AMERICAN VAUDIVILLE CO fi t OFFERS A THIGHCLASS VAUDIVILLE SHOW sAActsis See hand bills for program at the Opera House if THREE NIGHTS Commencing Monday August 29 Dr1 G1 TBurton RESIDENT DENTIST leeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTX All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield = Ky Jffice In Hatton Brock upstairs Local News Notes ESTRAyOn August 17a red Gilt weight lot lbs strayed from my place near Thompsonville Reward for nn formation of whereabouts PL Staton FOR SALEA beautiful lot on Main Street eastof Methodist church having tt frontagepon side Street 0153 feet and extending north to alley For puticu tars call on Miss lizzie Lee JUdgE Ed C ORear and Senator By ron spoke to a large crowd of Washing ton county farmers last Monday on the tobacco situation Both oJ these gen tleman are able speakers and made very forceful addresses urging upon the far mErs the advisability and desirability of cooperation That unless they stood together nothing could beaccomplished against the gigantIc tobacco trust Both speakers were gIven thE closest attention and theIr telling points were met with unstinted applause Tobacco Sticks at Barber Pettus On account of the Nelson County Fair special train win leave Springfield at 1015 a m September 1st 2nd and 3nd and stop at all stations on flag Tickets at one fare plus 25 cents for round trip to Nagareth August 31st September 1st 2nd and 3nd good to return September 5th good on special or regular tratns No round trip ticket sold for less than fifty cents Rate from Springfield 91 cents ESTRAYAbout five wee 4s ago a red heifer with white spotsstr ed from my place weight about 700 pounds Reward for imforrnation of where aoout J C C ements FARM FOR RENTAt FrederIck town ty of 143 acres Both upland and bottomland Good house and stock barns S acres tobocco barn Address or Phone J R Connor Sptingfield Ky NOTICB All persons indebted to the old firm of McElroy Shutz areherebY notified tocal1andsettle et once and save cost Books to be found at Shultz Cleavers Hardware Store LOSTBrown ha dbag bet w e en Springfield and St Katherines containing a ladys watch and money Re ward Return to this office Soho I Tax for the year of 1910 as due July 1 five per cent alto will be added to all unpaid tax September 1 i G C Wharton Treas NOTIEThe fir ot J W Jarhoe Co have sold then Flbur Mill to- lfessrs McWhorter Wills and hereby reqUest all who are indebted to the old to call and settle as this business must be settled up at once without fur ther notice JV Jarboe Co im- 1Mound city paints may cost a little more but Mr Leo Haydon NOTICE otlce is given o all in de ted to me either by note or account that they must settle with me at once or I shall proceed by law to collect the same I shall take the same steps against all who are Indebted to The Geo Bohon Co rind whose notes or accbuts have been placed in my hands for collection if not settled at once HARTWELL ETIIRlNGTON 20 3t Willisburg Ky The Ladies of the Baptist churchwill serve County Court dinner In November rhe Ladies Aid Society Of Christian Church will serve dinner County Court day in September Patronage very thankfully received For fttstclas Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND CLUB GEO G PItESSINGI We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good tobacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Hardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky Secure an Education The State Normal School at Bowling Green Ky offers an excellent oppor tunity to young people desiring an edu cation The Fall Session opens Sept 6 1910 Write for information i ti ++f+ + + i it+ + aI11il iiI1 I waitWWII You Take Advantage of This Offer P tit DaysItOn Jeach purchase of Dry Goods Dress Goods Silks White Goods Laces Embroideries Ginghams Dress + r an1 Waist Linens Lawns Table Linens Towels r Napkins ReadytoWear Waists Silk and Satire Petticoats 4i 1 Rugs Carpets Mattings Linolenms Oil Cloth Window 4 Shades WallPaper Lace Curtains It Mens and Boys Clothing Hats Shoes Etc + A few Ladies Tailored suits at Half Price A few Mens Suits at HalfPrice Just Received big line Childrens School Shoes at Low Prices ILrs arv EXTRA SPECIALSaa LacCurtainsGo Re ular Io Lace Curtains Go for Per Pairl + R gular225 Lack Curtains Go for Per Pair + + No at fI tit fit fit V fit F ++++ +tWt + i + + HAPPY HOLLOW John Crow and family sPent last Sat urday and Sunday with Mrs Grows father Hence Scott and family near Polin Miss Mallie and Ernest Shields spent last Saturday and Sunday with their uncle J B Jenkins and family near Willis burg Pope Bishop from near Polin spent Saturday and Sunday with Walter Hart iI the undersigned with the consent and by the authority of B L Litsey eountvJudge being anxious that alll the money by the Washington County Fiscal Court at the April term be expended on the turnpikes of the county call especial attention to the following sections not yet under Sec 39 From Springfield to Pleasant Run on Springfield and Perryville pIke Balance f See 40 From Ilepsant- Run to Dr Hatchetts gate on same pike Sec 46 l3arbourville pike from Pleasant Run Bridge to Marion county line Sections 47 and 29 The Mackville and Texas pIke- Sections4S and 26 Springfield and Mackvllle pike 4 miles Sections 50 and 51 Balance of Springfield and Willisburg pike Sections 57 and 58 Balance of the Lincoln Run pike Section 55 From the bridge East of M D Reed to the Bloomfield pike section 64 Two From Cecilville to Robt McIntlrr- Se tions 56 and 8 On the Waltons Lick pike from Sales Ford toPolin Section 4 On the Bloomfield pike from Uie Magisterial district line the bridge- Sec 5 Booker pike Sec 72 Tick Creek road Sec 73 Mays Creek road I will contract with any responsIble party or parties who are willing to comply with arid will so contract All work must be completed by Nov 1 1910 AU bids to work these sections should be given me at once AU tll whom promises of contracts have been gIven must come to see me at once and sign the contracts J R r Road Supervisor 75c 1OQ 150 Swiss Curtains with ruffll Go for per pair IIDopeGoods Charged Above i The ROBERTSONoRCLAYB 00KE CO i KENTUCKYl Advertising for Road Work appropriated contractPart Mayes by Mr and Mrs Tom Mcllvoy gave an- ice cream supper to the young people last Wednesday night There was a good attendance and all had an enjoya ble time Mrs Mary Williams and two sons of Covington are spending several weeks withhersister Mrs Tom McIlyoy at this place Mrs John ArmstrOng and daughter spent Wednesday night with her daugh ter Mrs Ed Hanby at this place Lee Settle and family spent Wednesday wIth his sister Mrs Obe Fowler and family MIss Myrtle ArmstronR spent from aa urday until Tuesday with her sIster Mrs Erastus Perkins near Willisburg Miss Leona Crow spent last week wIth the family of Hence Scott near Polin John Armstrong and family and Ed Hanby and wIfe spent Saturday and Sunday with jErastus Perkins andWIfe near WiUisburg Lee Settle spent Sunday with Ernest Hines near here SetItie were in Sprin fieldSaturaayon business your liver is sluggish and out of IIf and you feel dull bilious consti ated take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to night be rightin Q0800000000000o YouIIBe Badly Left rifyou dont take advantage of thIS offering of hilrhc1ass Dry Goods r Dont let others walk away with all the savings to he made Come and get your share and come eariierTh- Obest values are naturally limited it quantIty and the earliest callers willl have the best choice Do it now is the motto you should follow Qrundy McJ tire caoaooooao tt 0 39 + rI Prices SPRINGFIELD + specifications IBids for Scboolliouse The County Board ot Education will consider bids for the erection of a twO room school Building at W1lhsburg The County Board will furnish all the necessary material for building the house The contractor will lay the foundation erect the house plaster it with two coatsof plaster build 0two brick flues and paint the house three coats of paint For further information andd specifications confer with any member of the Committee J W Bush Joe Burkheadp- Jas I Martin N WDeacon S E fIrlow CommIttee President Helps Orphans helpedibyHome at Macon Ga who BittersInhas proved a most excelleut medIcine troublesfamily medicines on eareh It invirc theITo rchildrencomplaintsOnly QDDOOOs oobooooEverything For Q ttToiletat this drug sore Herp you will y find sanitary nursing bottles teething rings rubber diapers talcum r- Dowders dainty soaps scalp washes and a hundred otherinfantilerequire tt meats If thei e is a baby in your n home appoint us as his druggist That will go far towards insuring his health and comtort LEO HAYDON I THE PRESCRIPTION STORE 0 Q 1000000000000 g THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1910 y Jl j MM I 10OOn Off I IAll I Cooking Stoves I Iand Ranges I I 1III F ningOct lst the railroad will require aU Istoves to be cra1 d before shipped and Iend will raise the price fm 10 to 25 I3 per cent on the stove Yu now have J Ibyvantage of the 10 per cent discount we I andiI f Iwill be glad to show you whether you Ibuy or not Respectfully I I4 ILr VALLEY HILL r lAgentle rain has fallen in this sec Lion and all nature rejOIces with the farmer Hunter Goatley rQcattly purchased 6 Y head of cattle from Ed Goatley price unknown i Tobacco cutting is the order of the day hereM Tobacco however is prema turely matured which wlll cause a va tf rying color and quality Mrs W N Foster of Louisville is KILL TOE GERMS t Thats the Only Way to lure Dandruff and Pdrlsian Sage ithe Only Killer t Parisian Sage soaks into the scalp and when it reaches the roots of the hair tt not only kills every dandruff germbut it supplies the hair with just the right kind of nourishment to put vigor and strength into it and make it grow Parisian Sage is the most delightful hair dressing to the world and IS no ankd you will never give It Up Parisian Sage is guaranteed by The Leo Haydon Drug Co to stop falling hair to cure dandruff to keep hair or from fading to stopitkhingof th scalp money back Price 60 cents a larg bottle The girl with the Auburn hair yison every bottle visiting relatives at thIs place Mr and Mrs M Reed have returned to their home h re after having spent several days with their daughter Mrs T B Janes near town Miss Virginia Foster who has be g n visiting relatives here during the past few weeks was a guest at Elm Hill o n Saturday and Sunday W F Moran and wife were goes is ndayIHead will enter school at St Catherines in Sep temberOur section was again visited by a terrific electrical storm on Saturda night last much damage being reported to stock and timber The worst reports are to the effect that the lightning destroyed a barn m which two fine show horses were cremated for Squire J O Polin Also aqhantitv of hay for Mr TMimms Mrs Foster and children were guest of relatives at Booker Monday Chas McElroy of Kansas City visit ed Thos A Grundy this week H Tatum purc iased4heifers fro IH Brown ot C rdwellatAc per W E Harmon purchased two steer- on the street court day for 48 W E Brown recently purchased a 34t s here for the first time in thirty years Dysentery is a dangerous die ase buE- can be cUred Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhoea Remedy has been successfully used to nine epidemics o dysentery Is has never been 1Qn0wn t hildreen er and sweetened it is pleasant to the taste Sold by all druggists IOnlyI L1jx Goods Let WhIch I Weare Offering I t ABSOLUTELY II ATCOST 1 Campbellsp Store- AN EXTINCT LABOR SSEf The OldTime Industrious Pains taking and Reliable Farmhand has Passed Away In every section of the country the most u fficul problem which farmers still have to deal with is hblp not oily in timeS like the present when there plenty of employment in other callings but even to hard times when work and wages are very hard to find m the cities and large villages Labor saving machinery enables the farmer o today to do two or three times as much as a man could do fitty years ago but even with this advantage there J3 a lack of farm labor and it is only the farmer who can do aU the work himself that is really independent It to not a matter andIliylingNor is ita matter of health The explanation is in the fact that the fasci nations of city life are so powerful that they overcome all adverse considerations and crowd the cities with unem Toyed labor which is badly needed on he farms The hired man of the olden time can agriculturalinstitutlOns tie kneW his business e made his employers interest his own In man cases he was a fixture upon the tarm nd lived and died there I remember several of that kind in the neighborhood mMassachusettswhere I was reared In most cases such a hired man qUIet industrious honest realty intelligent felt that he was part owner to the whole establishment He worked from daylight till dark and was trust manIthat resIpeyoung and ambitious when lie began he money little by little married th hired girlor a farmers daughter bod aIme one of leaders Of th town He has beronie extinct and there is to take his place because his sons nateold rather starve in the city than plenty in the country and here isJne Of the main obstacles in the way of +xtensive farming No mann can do helpYPLOOANl GROVE Maas Ardis Browne haS returned to- SDringfield after a weeks vsitto Mrs S p Thompson Mrs S J Smock and cliillren GIasgow are yisitmJt at the home o Mrs WiP Merritt Mr and Mrs K M Thompson ar omn The following from here attended the NapcsThomsonlGeorge The revival services conducted by Rev J W Atwood at the Presbyterian church closed on Sunday evening These services were very helpful to Christians and twenty people unite with the church ofIBowleg Green joined Rev Atwooi here on Friday to spend a week Mr and Tiles L palsy Ewing of Louisville are visitinJk Tiles L M Gregory Mrs B L Litsey and Mrs J I Mar tin visited W P Hays near Bloom field Misses Sue Duncan Mabel and Nancy Thompson spent several days wit h friends here Rev R E C Lawsonattendedchurc h here Thursday Mrs Jas Noe and children were at the home of Mr and Mrs S C Van Arsdale last week Squire J 0 Polin had the misfortune to have its stock barn struck by lightning and burned on Sunday morning geher o = with two fine mares and two Noble Denmark fillies The loss was expectedyhave shown the fillies at the Fair th week Mr and Mrs J R Claybrpoke of Springfield are visiting tho latters parents Mr and Mrs AL Litsey Miss Frances Litsey entertained six oclock dinner on Monday evenin g the following Rev and Mrs J W Atwood and chlldren Mr and Mrs Jas- Clavbroake Miss Elinor Reed and Har- fy S Hudson The School of Musts Persons desiring a full course m VoI cal and Instrumental Or Public Sch mUglci will enjoy uaezEelled opportu ties in the Western Normal Write for special information Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky I W ISPRINGFIELD II All Work TEETH Pain or Danger IclassJDStns advertised Over McElroy GUARANTf1EDI Qet eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoea 0 aPersonal Notes e j aoVisitors In and Out of TownA O Round up of the Weeks fO Personal News oI0Mrs Harry Brown and children of Lebanon spent Monday with Mrs F C Peters Miss Lrrena Price is visiting her sister Mrs J D to 4lastJones in Louisville Mrs Heft Rubel of Lebanon is spending this week with herr mother Mrs Sallie Simms Mr and Mrs Will Stiles and Miss Mattis Rapier of Bardstown spent Tuesday here Misses Sallie Doyle and Willie May Fig of Pleasurevllle are the guests of Mrs C W Noe Mr and Mrs T BBlanford of NanMiss Mary Jones of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Mary Tong Miss Margaret Naltey of Louisville is the guest of Miss Fannie Smith ILittle Misses Louise Hill and Cards- a Spalding have returned to their home- in Lebanon after a to Mrs W T Leachman = d t Wimsatt of Louisville is the guest of hismoth r Mrs Jame Willett this week 17Mr Rob McClellan of Indianapolis hereaMiss Keran Brown of Lebanon is the guest of Mrs F C Peters Mrs E E Busker of Harrodsburg is the gUests of her parents Mr and MrsJ Y M yes Mrs Jim Haydon ofCox Creek is the guest of her daughter Mrs Leo Haydon Mrs E E Hemp of Louisville and Mrs T H Wright of Danville are guests at the home of MrJ F Greene Miss Margaret Edelen of Birmingham Ala is the guest of her aunt Miss Carrie Edelen Miss Elizabeth Smith of Bards guestffMr and Mrs W M Hagan have relativesein Tepn Mr and Mrs W D McElroy have returned home aft t a visit to relatives at Chicago Ill Miss Ear estina Knott has returned homy after a visit to Miss Bearnice Spaldipg at Lebanon Mlss Mabel Price has returnedbame after a two weeks VISlt to relatives at Danville MIss Laura Baker has returned Itegenadnon MIss Marie Barber has returned home after a visit to Miss Francis Wise at MemphtsTennMies Barber has returned home alter a visit to relatives in Bards town Misses Kate and Annie slaves have returned from Lebanon after a visit to their sister Mrs Mahan Mrs Ella Hill has returned to her home in Lebanon after a visit to Mrs w E Leachm n MIss Mary Aimee of Oakland is the guest of Miss May Mayes Mrs C L Price has returned home after a visit to her daughter at Bards town Mrs Sue Anna Hays of Mt ZIOn is visiting friends here GreeneisMiss Mary and Jim Hays Taylor sPent Saturday and Sunday to Bloom field atJ F Bishop T C Campbell Clell Boblitt Le Roy Bishop and Donald Campbell attended the Perryvllle Fair Friday Mr C H R McElroy of Kansas City and Mrs Fmlby Scruggl of Oklahoma City left for their homes to day Mrs Ralph HicKerson and daughter Mary have returned home after n visit WoodlawnmMessrs E N Hundley John Brown Jos Phillips and James Phillips of Lebanon were here county court day r iti t+ SIAs Executor of the will of T M Lanham l will on Saturday September 17 1910 About the hour of 130 p nion the premises sell at public auction the farm contalnihg about 84ACRESfitt Owned by the late T M Lanham The farm is situated about one and one half mile West isIn++ fitIhington county and contains an excellent orchard of apples and small frUits tThe sale will be on a credit ofon fourth cash the remainder none two three and four years The bonds for the deferred payments to bear interest from date and payable annually and to contain a clause that in default of any installment of interest or note all of the notes to become due and payable at the option tWany owners Any information that any purchaser may desire or wishes to the place call on H A Rudd or W A Clements RUDDT i 1 + ++Miss Isa Colvin is visiting relatives here T SMapes spent Saturday in Lou isville Mrs Lena Hooe is the guest of Mrs J F Bich p MIss due y Miss Elizabeth Roberts and Mr J hn Roberts of Lexington Ky took anetonsive driving trip last week going from here to Gethse mane aria into Bardstown torth night then crossing over to Bloomfield aId returning home by that rout John Roberts spent the week visiting at home coming at the present time to see his sister before Jierdepart ure farthe West ffw J Mesa Mary C pman Spears of Dallas Texas will spend the rest of the month and part of September with Miss Sue Ray Miss Spears isPrincipal- of the Sam Houston School of Dallas and enjoys the distinction of being the only woman principalm the South and the youngest Principal male or female in the state of Texas She has been nsqlcuously identified wittl educational work In Texas comirg into prominence in many ways by her writing for edu cational Journals and in summer Normal Lecturing Opera House The show you have been waiting for wiU appear at the Opera Housee three nights beginning Aug 29 Harryand Helen Crawford offers an original sketch 1Wdlierobat Ted HamiltonSong P ogue and coon shout rone of the best in the business IIMcMullen and Page comedy sketch artists Miss Marie DuVall offers Aunt Ma- ndvvery clever and entertaining t This company has one qf the best v vnudeviU shows playing theaters hangeof Programevery night Playing to the popular prices of 15c 25c and 35c Cream Bred Rye Bread and all kinds of Fancy Cakes By calling us any morning at eleven oclock Womans Home Corn anion for September Women are planning their fallward robes now and rejuvenating their hQus es and the beautiful September issue of the Womans Home Companion comes to us in the nick of time Miss Gould the Fashion Editor shows aU the points of the autumn stylesand a new depart lIent Home Decoration and Handi craft will serve as an inspiration for the home lover In this issue begins anlH1usuanyt 1lJ1 ling story of the stage by Hulbertloot- ner entitled True LoveY Sh rt8to ries by Marv Hastings Annie H8ti tan Donnell and Grace Bean together withanother instalment of Brothers Four which is drawing to a close complete an assortment of fiction rarely found in a magazine There is also a large reproduction m full color of Jessie Willcox Smiths fine painting Little Drops of Water eharmingseriesillustrating Mrs Burton Harrison relates In a charming manner her reminiscences of the famous men and women who have gathered m her drawing room Taking Royalty By Storm by Amy Sutton Reyner is a fascinating and viv- sd account the Roosevelts tourin EuropeSkin Scalp Troubles Yield toZe A cleanliquid preparation for external use Leo Haydons store is so con fident that ZEMO will rid the skin and KcalP of infant rgrown person of pimJpies blackheads dandruff eczema prickly heat laShes hives ivy poison Or any other form of dkia or scalp erup moneyIyou are with the results obtained from ZEMO The first application will give prompt reliet and show an improvement and in every instance where used persistently win destroy the germ life leaving the skin in a clean healthy copdl lion 1 YOU CAN GET JLlg TELEPHONE 69i-a And your order will beI promptly attended toO and delivered1I KATIE HERTLEIN BRO When down town try oae of our j GRAPE IUICES r T ortatioIlof1VildAUiIlKlISj Ii 0r Aeonvn HE return of Colonel Roosevelt and party from Africa with this cargo of animal sped mens which had been killed during their invasion of the jungle caused a New York dealer In wild beasts to talk Interestingly of the business in which his firm is engaged There are nearly a dozen firms- in New York city that carry on an immense business in the trans portatlon of animals fresh from the jungle And this number of course does notr tnclude such Immense foreign animal firms as the Hagenbacks tt Is a paying business as Indeed are all businesses where the demand exceed the supply The demand for wild beasts Is far greater than the supply and asa consequence prices are good and the dealers men of wealth The extent of this demand may be appreclatod when one considers that most of the great clUes In the United States have zoological parks r menageries and- that the animals are constantly being purchased by them Then there are private collectors and circuses and the like that are ever ready to pay the highest prices for desirable animals The animal dealer who could secure and bring to this country three or four gorillas would make a small fortune But no dealer has ever succeeded In do- Ing this The gorillas die in a few weeks in captivity they could not stand an ocean trip fora day A rusty old German liner lumbers noisily into Quarantine qnd then lies motionless on the tide An officer wIth broad red bewhiskered face stands at the head Of the companion ladder an he smiles a peculiar smile as a husky screaming ululation rises from below The animals are getting hungry he explains you know we have several hundred of them on the tween decks Want to see them All tight In another minut- probably the most competent animal man In th world Is at our side He is not a trainer or even a tamer he is more He Isa sort of animal cook and his special business Is the personal manage ment of wild animal tours He receives them lions tigers leopards elephants everything else at Hamburg where they have been brought fresh frpm their native wilds and not only super- Intends their shipment aboard a vessel bound for New York but he sails with them to make sure that they arrive safely and In good health And be sure that I the tiger gets otT on his diet an needs a nice fresh live rabbit to tone up his system this man will be aware of the fact almos before the tiger Isand ergo a nice big jumping ounny Is sacrificed In accordance with the pre cepts of wild beast materia medics Then too one can never tell just when the big boa Is Ing to rouse from his last gorge when he doe hewants a toothsome young goat and he want s itqZck It Is a part of the animal mans dutie- tc anticipate the boas appetite with all possible expedition He is a quiet unassuming man with stoop shoulders and bushy whiskers and he leads the way to the tween decks without a word Per haps the uninitiated may believe that a tour through the animal section of a freight carrYin vessel Is an unimpressive experience Well le them try It and see This can be said at the out setlt Is somewhat different from amena rle It means something to come Into close prQxlmlty- toia hundred and odd wild animals that have bee ruthlessly snatched from their lairs In Africa o Asia or elsewhere antI clapped Into little barre boxes not as large as dry goads cases slammei- nn and out of dark holes In the vessels of seve season the wa to Hamburg then finally place in the stygian lween decks of a German kooker The swlnglngcros seas of the North Atlanta have not improved their tempers or their nerve ous systems ad the visitor at Quarantine is quickly impressed with that fact The howls an whines and the barks cease abruptly as the stra angethe great beasts sniff Inquiringly and too f The cages lined both sides ot the gloomy spRce ha little passageway between the boxes Pe haps this pass geway was three feet wide no t mote The cages were piled two and sometimes three deep In the bottom cage for instant would be a tiger In the next above a smaller anJ mat saya leopard or n lynx and above that a parrot or a bunch of neerlmts Think of It A threefoot passageway with ferocious animals stretching along for 100 feet one all sides Talk about nightmares The reporters hair out like so many pieces orwIre and he wishe- most fervently that he had not come It was more agreeable he felt to see these animals ip n m- nagerie e where the cages are ami le and the bar s ati inch thick Better keep in the middle of the aisle say p110 of the animal men these fellows sometimes r out for you- Words chas these of course hardly tende- o t eassure tt really wastoo dark to see much One c arlvlew the cages stretching away i g 90mpers1 until lost to the darkness i 1v PTIlIMII WILD4fltPffAIYTJ rows of glowing green eyes and great teeth with the flash of red tongue writhing between A zebra switched the reporter with his tall and2he turned elephantdHe was hardly over his scare when zip a leopard reached out after his coat tall In one way thi3 lower deck section was a ableeabsorbeling sensations that this monotonous world has held for the reporter in the last few months at least Bartels Co are the largest dealers in wild beasts In this country A large wild animal dealer sold OUr Inform ant Imports considerably more than a hundred large wild animals each year For instance our record for one year which I happen to have at 20Landtand small things Cubs lIon and tiger and bear cubsare in special demand by wenlthy families They are reared acid Petted like kittens but In the end they outgrow their playfulness and sthe families who bought them from us are only too willing to pay unto come and take them away havestfebeastsout of a hundred they do not live through the voyage tJ1 fact menageries throughout the noun try have to depend of late years upon the progeny of tlle hlppppotam In Central Park New York for specimelis expertte these men who fill the ships which arrive hors The Hagenbecks have two collecting stations one In alcutta and the Other in Aden Arabia Frem spendrdirectdtheIof them was recently in Arabia on a caul hunt two are now in the East Indies trapping tigers and so they art spread about in places vfhero wild beasts abide t 1SometImes Yoe receive an order for a largo dumber o elephants We telegraph this order to lour catchers in the elephant country who after organizing the natives Into a hunting hand pro teed to collect the desired number A hugo inI closure is built In coo of the main elephant paths feedrthey are drIven Into the lnclosure or keddah by means of fires and shouts and the firing of gunsit Ileatcrs ontamp elephants then ride Into the In closure and rope the beasts and In a short time they become accuKtomed to being led atmut Elo phants arcnatuttlly mild and were this not the case they never could bo- captured because of their great hulking strength pitsd50 per cent are killed bY the fall The animal catchers take Ugersandllons in Alts also They dig a holeco er it with matting arid place on this matting a dead gdatAt night the lion or tigers steals from Is laIr sees the goat and springs upon it The matting of course dives way indo down lama the pit goes the roaring beast Then the anddsoon en tangled Nooses are then lowered Into the pit and the beast Is dragged out to the cage SIx tit ot fjIf I Nlppim I HEAVY fQSSEIyGER traps just as mice are caught mnd monkeys are also trapped Such great beasts as the rhinoceros and the like are not captured by the animal men but are secured from native poton tateswho give them away as a mark of special esteem or barter them for brass and other trifling but showy gawshWe take comparatively few lions from the wilds now It Is cheaper to buy them in captivity Polar zly and Russian bears also are mainly bought and sold In captivity but oth er wild beasts are taken in their lairs FOODS IN LONDON l3 CHEAPER For many years said a man who came back from a European tout the other day according to an exchange I have teen In the habit of getting Into anatgument with friends after my return About the prices of food In the best restaurants In New Yor and London I have been contending that New York restaurants were putting up their prices all the time and some of my friends have tried to convince me that you could get a meal cheaper atQ higher priced restaurants in New York than In London I determined this time to collect some real data for comparison and al a result I have kept the bills of many meals I had In London It Is my Intention to duplicate the meals I had over there at some ot the restaurants here Item for Item I did this with one of them the other day and demonstrated that for such a meal London is- a lot cheaper than New York Here Is the bill for a luncheon I had atone of the most expensIVe hotels In London s I ors doeuvres varies 9 Pllafteof sweetb eadst 2 0 Asparagus 9 0 Cheese Neufchatel 0 6 Coffee ti 8 Beer i 0 Totals 6 9 Now six shillings nlnepenco at 4885 to the pound Is 165 As for the dishes themselves they could not have been surpassed anywhere For the hors doeuvres J had a dozen different dishes to select from Did you ever find hors doeuvres varIes on the bill of fare of a New York restturant Try It Of course You may get them at a table dhoto but I mean on the carte du jour of a restaurant where you pay separately for each thing you eat In Paris there Is a restaurant in the Avenue de Opera where you can have about twenty dif ferent varieties of little fish and cold salads and appetizers for about 15 or 16 centS It took me long time to find this in a firstclass house here and then when I did so It was In n restaurant which Is not usually considered among the most expensive In the city Here hors doeuvres varies masqueraded under the title of buffet russe They charged the 60 centS for It as against the 18 charged In the London restaurant My pllarte ot sWeetbreads tasted exactlY like that I had In London and cost exactly the same 60 cents i ordered some asparagus On the bill of fare they had asparagus with Hollandaise sauce for e0 cents but I wanted it cold with French dressing They did not tell me It would be anymore but for Jt they charged me 70 cents For the Neufchatel cheese they charged 20 cents and for the coffee 15 The robbery came on the beer In London it you want n lIttle pitcher of beer they serve you an excellent brow of Pllsener or Wurzburger In a lIttle sealed vessel hOlding 8I pint for n shilling I asked the waiter to brIng me- asmall pitcher of beer on draught knowing they did not serve the beer ns In London Hobrought- me a nltcherRpd charged me 70 cents for It Now my Trcame to 265 or exactly l more than the same food and drink had cost mo In London I gave the New York walter a quarter and he scarcelY nodded I gave Uii London yalter six penceand he thankedme so that I could hear him CONDITION PRECEDENT IThe religion or some people Is too lenient said Heslin In n recent address In Nat- to m1hoP Some people suggest to me In their view of religion a little girl whose teacher said to her Mary what must awe do first before we can expect forgiveness for Qr sins jWe must siii first the little girl answered nH1vllle Banner UNFASHIONABLE EVENT +Among other events weshall have a sack meet fdr ladies Professionals barred f What do you mean by Professonalsa Jliose who bave been nearlugtube gowns Answers i flflfl MAY RULE CANADA Duke of Connaught LIkely to Be Governor General Popular Brother of the Late King Edward Is Reported to Be Slated for Head of the Dominion Government Ottawa CanIt the presen pre gram is adhered to the next governor general of Canada will be the Duke of Conn ugh brother of the late King Edward Such was the de sire of the deceased monarch and the probabilities are that the new King will not oppose the program Canada appreciates the distinguished honor of having at the head of her gob ernment as the representative tf the mother country so eminent a member of the royal family Never before has one of the royal family occupied such a position hough Queen Victoria daughter a sister of the duke was for years a resident of the Dominion when her husband the Marquis Lorner now the DukA Of Argyle was governor general At the same time the Canadians appreciate that society affairs at Rideau Hall or Government House as it is sometimes called the official residence ot his excellency at Ottawa will be upon a much grander scale than in the past anti that It will cost a pretty penny for those who try to be in the swim Ottawa more than ever will become the social center The Duke of Connaught Is the only surviving son of Queen VIctoria and is 60 years old Her majesty had nine children of whom the eldest was PrIncess Victoria mother of Emperor William she died in 1901 The sec and child was the late King Edward The Princess Alice Maud Mary moth er of the present Czarina or Russia died In 1876 Alfred puke of Edln burg died in 1900 Leopold Duke of Albany died In 1884 Beside the Duke ot Connaugltt there survive Helena Princess Christian ot SchleswlgHol stein Louise Duchess of Argyle and Beatrice now Princess Henry of Bats teoberg The Duke of CoQnal1ght married Princess Louise of Prussia fp 1879 and has three children His eldest daughter Is Margaret wife of GuS tavus Adolphus of Swedep His son is Prince Arthur Patrick and his young deicIdPatricia No princess In Europe has given such evidence of having a will of her 11 taxi 1 pclxtxs hetonrFrcmM c stu 3cxt patricia1Over statecraft Jut she has bundled these suitors ort with slight ceremony and has repeatedly declared that she will choosingbrtar princess in England and was a tavoiJt6 of her uncle King Edward Her name which Is a compliment to Ireland alone makes her popular with the people ot that part of the empire The British government has a pure pose in sending to Canada a prince of the royal blood It Is believed a governor general SQ close to the throne would tend to forward the empire movement and bring the Dominion closer sympnthyl to the mother coun mateterthe government ot Canada Ie has the power of yetp bait never exercises wouldbesethiprselfelected government But nevertheless thoughitlisdlvlom tlc channels His salary is 50000 a year with an executive resl whohavehave been those who haver allYcome peoplefordeep Interest In their welfare Whether e duke and hl hashbeen tI TEN YEABS OJ SUPFEEIIG Restored at Last to PerfeCt Healtltt- by Doasa Kidney Plus CarterT111eI suffered terribly with backaches headaches nervous and dizzy spells The kl dney secretions were unnatural and gave me great trou ble One day I sud denly Sell to the floor where I lay for a long time unconscious Three don tors whO treated me diagnosed my case as paralysis and said they could do nothing more for me As a last resort I began using Doans Kidney Pills and was permanently cured I am stronger than before In years Remember the DameDoansl For sate by all dealers 50 centS a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo NY A New Version Lawyers have a peculiar system ot abbreviation such words as trustees executors being cut down to trees exors and admors This practise led to an amusing sUp on the part ot a solicitor who somewhat late In life abandoned hIs profession and entered the church A few Sundays after his ordination he startled his congregation while reading the lesson by delis ering one ot the passages as follows i see men as trustees walking AFlvecent Washwoman In Evanston Illinois washwomen get from 2 to 260 per day and car fare to and from work Five years ago they got 150 a day Naturally wash day Is an expensive day there But now Women everywhere are learn ing ot a washday worker that only costs a nickel Easy Task laundry soap does half the work aU by itself saves money s veep time saves fuel saves health rand saves clothing Many women say It Solves the servant L problem JSOMETIMES i HendersonWhen a man marries he keeps his wife in dresses hats shoesin act everything she needs What does a wife keep her husband in Henpeck absenUyHot water Less Lavish Isaw Uncle Toms Cabin played recentlySo I think Ill read the book You be dIsappointed The book mentions only one little Eva and one Lawyer MarksLoulsv1lle Cour ierJournaL Opinions Aired wlere the commencement exercIses inter stfng Very The time was divided between advice from public men on tlia suggestlonstromgrdduateson government 0 Game j The CreditorWill you pay this bill now or nevertThe DebtorMighty nIce ofyou to give me my choice old scout tI choose never i Summer Comfort Theres solid satisfaction and delightful re= freshment in a glass oft Iced f Postume s Served with Sugar and a little Lemon t Postum contains the natural food elements of field grains and is really a food drink that relieves fatigue and quenches the thirst Pure Wholesome Delicious J Theresa Reason POSlUH CEREAL co Ltd Bnttte Creek 1I1Ch h i r r itj ef Rainbow Gold By Temple Bailey J J r Copyright xpto by Associated LiterarJ PreIS The dimness of the big drawing room was slightly lessened by the glow of the light through the perfo rations of the samovar Evelyn Her rick was pouring the tea I had a letter from Christine this morning she said as she handed a cup to Bruce McKenzie What did she say lie asked eagerly Wait until these people go she murmured and then I will read It to youIt was an hour before the crowd melted away and even then they were not alone for Philip Herrick lounged on the couch In the corner Evelyn read the note In an undertone I am coming home Evelyn After all these years of study my voice is a failure Do you remember that I used to say that I would find my pot of gold at the end ofthe rainbow and Bruce would tell me that no one ever really found rainbow gold All these years 1 have been seeking a thing that T did not exist and you have stayed at home and have found happiness r often think of you and Bruce and ot the friendship that has grown up be tween you Something you said In your last letter makes me feel that you two are about to enter upon a dearer relationship than friendship and I wish you happiness I who have missed happiness in my search for rainbow gold eachtFrom out of the shadows PhUipHer rick asked Has she lost her voice Yes Evelyn told him her beautiful voice and she gave up every thing for It She did not say however what was in the thoughts of each one of the Philip Sank Down on the Fur Rug In Front of Her three as they sat In the thin room They had all loved Christine and she had been engagfrd to Bruce but feel ing the call of her genius she had chosen a career rather than marriage And now Evelyn and Bruce were en gaged and Christine was coming back Behind the samovar Evelyn whls- peredto her lover I am afraid Of what he demanded That when she comes back you will find thatyou have not forgotten her He shook his head She did not love me and now I know that I did not love hernot in the way that I love you Evelyn Their voices after that sank Into a murmured monotone The darknee gathered and the man on the couch looking through the parted curtains could see the stars He thought of the girl who was coming back When she had gone away she had been radiant with hope and beauty She had been courted by a dozen admirers And she was coming back a failure comIng back to find her lover ready to marry another woman His heart ached for her af it had never ached for himself His own love had been hidden that she might not be hurt by seeing It but through all the years there had been for him no other woman And eVen as he thought of her sh came parting the curtains softly an standing there is the dimness bef9re any of them saw her She laughed a little as she cam toward them and they jumped their feet In startled amazementf You didnt expect me so soonsh asked and kissed Evelyn and gay her hands to Bruce and to Philip Sh had lost some of her beauty She was paler and thinner and the light was littletlrchaIr that Philip had placed n front of the fire for her How gOQd It seems to be with you aU again she said the three dear people with whom I played as a child Presently she went on And npw Evelyn Is going to marry Bruce whir h is as It should be I have come back to give you my blessing The word was said lightly but Philip watching her saw the trouble in her face Did she still bye Brace Would thte marriage make heir ail mote unhappy en I went away she sold I 1r after a silence I thought thatmy return would be a triumphal ntry Everyone would want to hear m- esingand now no one wlll cane to hear me fhIIpsank down on the fur fg in front of her Is It all gone rv r voice he asked softly 1 stlll have a little voice she said but no one cares to hear itnd again there was silence There was constraint too In the atmosphere for Bruce and Evelyn had grown Into each others lives and away from ChrlstlnesI Only In Phlllps heart was the real welcome that she craved She felt this instinctively and It was her need of himrperhaps that made her ask later when the four had talked of many things Wilt you ride back to the hotel with me Philip 7 I know Evelyn had a dinner engage ment and Bruce will want to say goodby to her without us Philip Insisted upon a stop at a tea room where they ordered Ices as an excise but ate nothing They talked of Bruce and of Evelyn and of the coming marriage Evelyn chose the better part Christine said A woman Is only a woman after all and homekeeping hearts are happi est He felt that she regretted the toss of Bruce and tried to comfort her I dont believe that you would have been happy with him Christine he said She looked at him startled WIth whom she demanded With Bruce of course he said Ohshe laughed a little Did you thinkwhy Philip I am glad I gave up Bruce If I had loved him J could not have given him up It I had loved him no career could have taken me away from him and that was wh3 I went away to search for my pot of gold She stopped for a moment then she went on with some hesitation There was some ones else that I loved Philip but I was not light enough or frIvolous enough to turn from one man to another I felt that I must give up Bruce and test my selfbut the other man never told me Philip that he cared Something in her voice made him look at her startled Would y6u have given up your ca veer for that otherman t he demanded Yes nhe said softly I would have been glad to have used my Voice for love songs and lullabys Philip I knew that I was following a phantom that my greatest happiness would not cOme from a career But I felt that I must go awa because this other man was true to his friend and be cause I felt that I must be very sure air myself I could not tell you You under stand he asked eagerly I did not dream that YU cared and I thought Bruces life was bound up in you I knew It wasnt she said But that had to be provgd and only my going away could prove It And I am more than glad that I went away Philip because I have learned now that love la the greatest thing in the world I saw s9 many women over there 1ivln their ptthiul little lives women eat Ifp by jealoUsies and am bilious and the craving for excitement and I learned that nothing makes R woman happy but love and a hoxpe All the modern theories all the ad vanced arguments can never make me believe anything else And then he knew that all his wait Ing was to have Its reward He told her then of its dreams and of his desires He wanted her in his Ute It seemed to them both as they went out that the world had changed there waS a radiance lighted evening that themselvesiof the radiance within As he left her at her whispered I have found my pot of geld PhilipSWhere he demanded At the other end of the rainbow she said At the end that was near est home Philip IMajor Shurtz Lot Emerson a state senator In New York owns some big shirt fac tories up In the northern part of the state and is very rich One day he visited Republican Bdout and had left a flip young man in charge hereQmaneb eWhere Is he eDunne lEmers Who e flip young malljyoung man by the bosom t c man who made that 50dent shirt ou are wening calledPhiladel Saturday Evening Post Not Qualified Ueres a man whom I can corn mend to you as a writer lie Is POSt sessed of a great deal of rude strength Oh then he wouldnt do for poUt IZxrature WAGON BED CONVERTED INTO DIFFE NjtrSE Agriculturist Has Often Found It Hardship to Be Obliged to Buy or Build Number of Vehicles Required on Farm A convertible wagon bed which can pfbodiesfarm without adding to It or taking from It a single pure haS been designed and Is undoubtedly the most radical Improvement made In farm MechanicsIn a few minutes It can be trans formed trom a hairra k Into a wagon for carrying live stock and with equal quickness It can converted into a vehicle for carrying a large number of passengers who can be provided with isnap Itatladd tor U liar Ruk Wisp 7idd Out t Bop shun A Wagon N Many USCL comfortable seats along the sides for picnicking etc The remarkable versatility of then w wagon bed Is secured by hinged malleable Iron pieces attached to the sides These suppo t two folding see lions on each side The strain which is put upon these p eces when heavy loads are placed on the wagon makes It Imperative that hey should be of strong dependable ate riaL L n RIDDING FRM OF GRA SHOPPER Favorite Remedy Recommended By Colorado riculturalC- olleno Is Arsenic Bran Mash my B ARTHUR JOHNSON Colorado Agricultural College In spite of the fact that a great deal of work has been done by exper Iment stations on grasshoppers no royal road to control has yet been found Each attack has to be considered on Its own merits and relief sought through the most promising channel One of the favorite remedies Is ar senlo bran mash This is made mixing one pound of white arsenic with 26 pounds of brdn The ar sonic Is so near the color of the flour in the bran that It Is not easy to tell when the mixing is well done ToI overcome this difficulty the arsenic maY first be collected bY adding a little dry pal Atter the bran and arsenic are well mixed they should be moistened with water Put In lust enough to make the particles stick together This mixture should be scattered where 1Df The illustration herewith Is from a bulletin of the Ontario De partment of Agriculture and shows how the water table of thee soil de- pelids on the location l drains If In a field Is underdralned three feet dtmp a nUmber of holes are dug It would be observed after a rain that in those nearest the drains no water would In the hoje sit uated halfway between the dralns at C would hold considerable water a few days In a clay In fairly good condition it- will be found that the slope of the water table is about 1 foot in 26 In loam 1 foot In about 33 The Illus traUon represents a clay soil with drains A and B 100 feet apart wens are dug 126 feet apart At the end of 48 hours after a rain the water wlll stand about as indicated by zlgzagUnes In a gradlentof about l In 26 and hence will be two feet deeper in the well than aLeith tk drain Issues If the drains are lhe agriculturist has often found It ahardship to be obliged to buy or build a number of for the multifarious requirements incident to the operation of a farm The wagon that pould serve to carry boxes or crated yegetl1bles and to would not be of any use when haying time came around When It was neces nary to carry calves or live stock sun another wagon must be called into service While threshers and other farm Implements have been continually Improved the farm wagon has e 8ej Bed by for malned practically at a standstill Pm hags the fact that the automobile has made such wonderful progress has served to overshadow the humble beas- of burden and his reliable wagon Ol may be a second rater now but he will continue for some time t fill his particular sphere of endeavor with a faithfulness which she motor car always be felled upon to give the grasshoppers are thickest It the are invading a garden o potato patch It Is well to scatter th bran mash about the borders In the fields of alfalfa or grain the bran should be scattered where the grasshoppers congregate on ditch banks and dry All the Insects will not find and eat It butmany will and often the crop can be r=irk well protected The writer has n used this preparation against youn grasshoppers but some farmers state that the crops may be completely pro tected by its use while others claim that they will not eat it Of course It will not do to scatter his substance where chickens wUI be likely to pick It up and none a the mlxture must be left where mes Jc animals are apt to get it0be fed from the vessel Good Exercise There Is no harm In pigs ropt1ng If they area a field where rootlngwU1 do no harm Pigs can secure mud feed by rooting and the exorcise will do tht m good Where troublesom s roots Infest the soil they will often eradicato them Ir allowed to do so The fattening hog should not be allowed to Grootas the exercise consumes too much feed and energy TILE DRAINS IN CLAY SOIL acvdrained soil 3E unJrdinecl soil va soil undrdinedwAen drains are 4otapcri Out cdraiuodwhen they ere so l etJ4rt shown that heavy remain heavy centre wagons berries market reapers Dobbin cannot insects places three feet deep there will be thre feet ot drained soil over A and B but only one foot at X Capillarity an soil resistance to water flaw play itapprtant part In holding the water highest half way between the drallllJ and the gradient 1 In2 represents their cpmblned strength In clay hence after this gradient Is reached drainage becomes very very sloW and tlarfrom the soil and plants But during the months of April May and some tImes June when the raIns supply at the surface all the water needed for evaporation none to drawn from be low far this purpose hence during the early months of growth the water stands as Indicated by the dotted line AXB Consequently root development Is hampered at X as 1 toot ot soil is not enough There are two ways to remedy the defecteltler to dig A and B deeper or else puda dnu at 0 halt way between i A 7- Irlnours Fertilizerst Increase the yieldImprove the qualityEnrich the lolliEvery harvest proves it Can you afford te risk your wheat Be safe tr amours Fertilizersgrew the biggest crops Ask your dealer Armour Fertilizer Works Chicagort SIMPLE STATEMENT OF FACT Mr Johnson Unable to See Where In Any Way He Had Put His Foot In It It is common to deplore the lack of humor In a person Yet the very want of It may save a certain amoiInt of embarrassment as was the cse on a certain occasion with President Johnson He was one day says a writer tn Harpers Magazine vjsit ling my mother and a friend Mrs a widow came In She had known Mr Johnson some years before when he was a member of the legislature but they had not met since theo After matual recognition Mr Johnson said How Is Mr Knox I have not seen him lately IHe has been dead six years said Mrs Knox I thought I hadnt seen him on the street said Mr Johnson When Mrs Knox left my mother said laughing Thatwas a funnymls take of yours about Mr Knox What mistake did I make said Johnson I said I hadnt seen him on the street and lhadnt Try Th7s This Summer The very next time youre hot tired Jr thirsty step up to a soda foUntain nd get a glass of CocaCola It v cool you oft relieve your bOdily and mental fatigue and quench your thirst delightfully At soda fountains or everywheredSend to the CocaCola Co Atlanta TruthrCola Is and Why It Is so delicious re freshlng and thirstquenching And send 2c stamp for the Coc Cola Base ball Record Book for 191OContafns the famous poem Casey At The Bat schedules for both leagues rand other valuable baseball informs flan comPr1 bY authorities A Bernhardt Trick Mme Sarah Bernhardt who Is sup posed to be something Of an artist as- well as an actress was recently called crewya ofgthe critics but when going Into rhap sodies over the technical skill In handling the clay which Mme Bernhardt exhibited they showed that they knew little of the artistic tricks of actors and actresses as a matter of fact she fdoes nothing ofthe kind The bust Is modeled and baked and over It Is placed damp clay of the same color This the talented actress merely pulls off exposing the beautifully modeled head underneath MakIng Tasks Easy printedhto make their work lighter But you cant reduce labor by reading about It All the philosophy and theory In the world wont help you out on wash day unless you use Easy Task soapwhich lives up to Us name and makes wash Ipg an easy task by doing half the work Get Jt at your grocers And They Wondered Judge Nicholas Longworth who used to siton Ohios supreme bench looked unnaturally grave and a neighbor In recognition of his facial depression named n pet owl Judge Longvtorth It was the very next day that an excited maid broke up his wifes garden patty Oh madam said she Ma dam JUdge Longworth has laM an egg Nlpped In the Bud The Minister stopping to tea No thank you I must declIne on the cucumbersLittle youTe afraid or the tummy ache but you dont need to be cuz when I have It mamma al HersMothoran ot- CASTORIA a sate and sure remedy fat Infants and children and see that it Bears the- Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought The secret of life is not to do what one likes but to tryto like that which one has to do and one does like It in timeD M Cralk Good Intentions are always hot stuff that is why they aro paving material in a certain J 1131f Mrs Wlnslows Soothl atetlaiwat14 UIIThe ambthat plg bedtTs fate Quaint Table Manners Jerome S McWade the DuluthmU- iionalre talked at a dinner about the delights of a backwoods vacatio- nI gQ to a quaint backwoods village every summer he said and number less are the quaint people I meet there Old Boucher for instance the jan Itor of the village church Is most amusing with his quaint ways t had old Boucher to lunch one dayo and the cold lobster was served With a mayonnaise sauce When my servant offered this sauce to Boucher the old man stuck his knife In It took up a little on the blade tasted It then shook his head and said Dont choose none it a There can ne nu greater mistake than to supposesthat the mn 1000000 Is a million times hjpiert- han the man with one dollar Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt ReliefPeraaaeiit Ce CARTERS LITTLE LIVER PIUS never fail Purely vezet urelyI cure iudi RTE PILLS 1theFREE IFreeFackago Better and more economical than liquid antiseptlcs- FO 1ALL TOILET USES 1germfree diaIaotved 101lution cr 7HE PAXTON TOILET Co aOSTONMA s MurderOne gets it Jy highway menTear of thousands by Bad BotvehNo Jif4- ferepee Conatipatioa sad dead liven make the whole system sickEvery body knows itCASCARETSregulate CUTe Bowel and Liver troubles by imply doing natures work until you get well 1Iilliona use CASCARETS Life Savor 8S3 CASCARnTS roc a box for a weeks sellerin 5You Iwith a J KNOWN THE jDAISY E 1 KItkEi AliliE tncu a Jaa sill auuectr nn- eatcheap ua ilcnao rer also asyth tnr or in dealer or prepaldjor li 8oain er7mnor us 14AIR ALyAM C4nees sad beantvles nok UraJirhat gMwl 1dheee hale a p a cr son bolMivth zaM remedies abires NnDtgctIWicJntaAE111tnR CtUltll COWI- W w N Ur CINCINNATI 1910t I r t 4 t 6 8 THE SFRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 19 o Ht44H IZI t + lfl + tIt w FMeetMeAtI + I- TheLastDaylI AND GET A GOOD I Hand Made 4 PRICESRIGHTtThanking the pcople Of Washington County for past favors and soliciting a share or your future patronage I am Very Truly Yours w ittHOUTCHEN BROS PUBLIC SALEOf Personal Property On AUGUST 30 and 31 1911BEGINNING AT 1030 OCLOCK A M ofChaplinsell about 70 head of HIgh Bred Saddle Horstsas follows 4 Stalliorl 20 Mares yearIingAp Wednesday August 31 at 930 a m andCalvesFarming Inipleinents of all Kinds Hay Bailer Fodder Shreik G Engine Cutting Boc Plows and oherjhings too numerous te thentioti In fact most everything to tie found or farm TE1MS OF SALETen dollars and under cash over that amount six mOnths credit with interestS nate with lapproved security IGEOBA1NitINER f C S The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance ax BIG DAYS AND NiGHTS THIS YEAR 30000 In Premiums ORSE SHOW AND HIPPODROME AT NIGHT 0EiGHTHANNUAL 4 1 Stales Rsiources xklbltud- A DAILYRACES FIRE ORK- Sr NATIZLLO AND ElS AND Free Attractions Uptodat Midway HELP US GROW EXHIBITATTEND+BOOT WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTIUCTIO4 PROFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES For fiirtkrbilormafloawtItJW NEWMAN Secretary 32S Pavijilisa Bldg I ILQUISVILLE SEPTEMSE 1213 14 S 617 OOfCOOOOOOOOCOOCC COCO l 0 8 MR FARMERMake your home as modern for vouziCgamily az a city residence und place yourself in a positlo to get thp latest market quotations at any time ThiS ctr be accomplished by means ot our telephone serVIce whil 8 out rate If you are not at pret5ent eflyiflg telephone service wU can immediately interest you Our nes cover the State O of Kentucky Tenntssee h isipp LoUIsiana and th4 southern portion f Indiana and ll1iois CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CQMPAN a lnpurateJ oooooooooo I AuctIoneersP EVERSOLEConiniittee RURAL TELEPHONES Qpared QlOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ATENTll Prize Offers from Leading Manufacture Book on patents Hints toinventors Inventions nee ed Why some inventors fajl Send rough sketch or mod for search of Patent Office records Our Mr Greeley was to erly Acting Commissioner orPatent5 nd as such had full char of the tJ S Patent Office GREELEYM9INTIRE PA1EliT ATTORNEYS 9 WASHINGTON D C McINTIRL j Mrs Sallie Cecil and MIss Sallie Mc Intire have returned from a weeks stay at Tatham Springs Mr and Mrs G E Ballard attended the pienc at Holy Cross on Saturday last V alter Wheatly attera few weekf5 visit to relatives in LouIsville has returned accompanied by his sister Ma rv Rose Birk Blandford of Straight Cruek is spendin this week with his parents Mr and Mrs K P Blandford Mrs Anthony Matting and children rot Louisville are hereon a visit to her pare ts Mr and Mrs Hillary sborne Mrs Helen Alvey and chIldren spent the latter part of last week at Daunts Sta ion the guests of relatives B L Adams arni children of Leba flop were recent guests of relatives here Mr and Mrs Robert Blandfordof rLOuisvllte spent a few days last week the guests of the latters grandparents Mr and Mrs George Clements John Pile of this place wIll leave thl week for Rock Falls Ill where he- injends locating for the present Mrs Mattie Clements Mrs SusIe Klael arq n the sick list as is also a little son of Asker Groves Mrs Albert Willett of Forest View spent last week the guest of her sister Mrs Richard Keene Richard Fields attended the picnic at Holy Cross Saturday Lennie Mclntire was in Springfield Sunday Mt Royalt after sawing several bills oflumber for parties in this vicinity has removed hs mill to Ed Graces nar Beechland MIss Bel tha Keene has returned from apleasant viwith relatives at Bards town Mrs Frank Montgomery was a guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Bland ford last week CHI Wheatly is iii Louisville tnis Week having gone there for medical treatment Be sure and take 8 bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarhcea- Eemedy with you wh nstartinJ on your trip this summEr It cannot be obtain edon board the trains or steamers Ehanges of water and climate often caus sudden attacks of diarrhoea and it is best to be PrlJJared Sold by all druggists The Institute With Colvin on the platform And Bush within the chair The Institute at Springfield Was a very swell affair Swee1leyFelt lord As the doing of the teachers He would solemnly record All the week he looked wise And on Friday Wise anu gay gayestWasthat But theres another mniber Loved by tEachers nieh and low Who attended her first Institute Less thanfiv hundred years ago when pn Tuesday morning IAnd poem she had read teachers all began to fear would wake the dead strugo1ledToWhile the thing they dreaded most Was to fa e that leaned throng Their gentle voices trembled And their words crime very slows they spoke Of many things tThe teachers OUGHT to know At last our little Willie greatiHe did Colvin nominate For the welfare of our Institute The teachers have no fear As Colvin will instruct In the coming year The istitute is over And the good old days are past All the teachers now are hanpy For theyre back in school at last W Hows This Rewardnot be cured by Hails Catarrh Cure F J CEIENEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 yeats and be lieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able byhisWholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ty acting dlrectluuon the blood and mUcous surfaces of the system Testi menials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls FamIly Pills tor constI pation Springfield Brass BandBETTER THAN EVER MUSIC FOR PICNICS AND FAIRS ASplclally Satisfaction and Prompt Service Guaranteed Address7Pres springfield Brass Band Springfield Ky Augustus 6 Beam M D daystreatmentPhone 184 HARDfsfV Mr and Mrs S G Hardesty and son attended the Perryville Fair Friday Mrs H B Barlow and daughter Miss Lucy have returned home from a pleasant fisit to relatives in Scottsbur2- Ind Evan Sale and wife spent Wednesday with the formers mother Mrs Lucy Sale Miss Pearl Sutherland from near Harrodsburg is visiting thR Misses Gray R L Gray and sister Ollie spent Saturday night and Sunday with Lafe Carney and family Misses Emma Rose and Julia Poiin- spent Saturday afternoon with Misses Val ria and Jenjie Xoodlett- Mesdarnes S G Hardesty and J R Gray spent Monday wIth Mrs Hartwell Etherington Ed Gray spent Saturday night nd- Sind y with 1laHves near Harrods burgSJohn Williams and family tnd Mrs Mollie WIlliams and daughter MIss Fan ny spent Wefjnesd y with Mr and Mrs Walter LewisIMr and Mrs Walter Burriss ofLeb- anoq spent from Saturday until Mon day at the home of the latters parents 01Solomonspent Saturday night and Sunday wIth Mr and Mrs H P Cheser Course in Agriculture The Western Kentucky State Normal School offers a practical course in EIe mentary Agric ure Demonstration anJ actual work done on school farm Teachers will have an opportunity to prepare for teaching the sUbJect Great s offered rrlen who worktINewspaper Space Every line in a newspaper costs the publisher something If it is to benefit some individual he may fairly expect to pay something You do not go into a grocery and ask the proprietor to hand you out ten pounds of sugar for n thing even though the grocer maybe a personal friend and even though the lift might not bea large one If the beneficiary of advertising does not pay for It the proprIetor has to settle the bU Nevertheless many people cannGt seem to learn that a news paper pays Its expenss by rentmg space and thqt it is just as much entit led to collLct rent for every day that space is occupied as ithe landlorq is for the house ho rentS trl a tenant Most newspapeis always treat religij ous and phIlanthropIc enterprises ally yet in spite of many ot these enterprises expect the newspapers to give them space rent free while they darrytheir job printing to some other shop rhe place for them to look for support is the place they patronize Religious organizations We are sorry to say are the worst offenders m this line that we have to deal wlthWebe lieve that there are j st as good Christians and just as generous as the av- erl E merchant on the street We therefore cannot understand why we are repeatedly bsought to give away our goods by people who would nevCr think of begging r am from the nli1k man or coffee from the grocerGlas gowTimes Night Watch DIspensed With New York Ag 22For the first time since he was shot nearly two weeks ago the night watch was aban doned by the physicians upon Mpor- Gayrior tonight SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN J R Walker Rt 1 has for sale 2 Jennets one wIth suckling edIt and one in fold Mrs J F Yriste of near town has for sale Plymouth Rock chickens 75c each J L Moran Rt I has for sale 2 fine Ducks J R Connor City has for sale a good large broodmare bred to and one yearling njare mule andabout 300 bushelsof con G H Perkins Rt Valley Hill has for sale about 1000 bundles nice oats C Brady Rt 3 has for sale 500 bushels of good seed Iye 1 per bushel Riley Comstock Rt 1 has for sale a sorghum mill and evaporator Good as new will sell cheap Dr John DeBoe Rt 4 haS for sale nice 3 yeaz old Buck Miss Bettie DeBoe Rt 4 has for sale 8 large Blue Geese J S Jed icks Itt 1 has for sale two mareb and colt or will trade for two good young hOrses one broke to work Whenthe digestion is all right the action pl the bowels regular there is a natural craving and relish for food When this is lackjng you may knoa that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They strengthen the digestlye otganq im prove the appetite and regulate the bowels Sold by aU druggists de MIR YMOMENTS FOR EVERYBODY PROGRAM OF ENTERTAINMENT ARRANGED FOR KENTUCKY STATE FAIR VISITORS ENGAGE BEST FREE ATTRACTIONS Pioneer Days In Kert ekYWIll Bo Crowning Feature of the Pyrotech- rlc DIsplay Each fJlghLI American people must hare amusement and no st of men recognize the fact better thin the ofilcers and man agers qf tle Kentucky State Fair The round cf Pleasure at the eighth annual state fir to take place In Louisville Septenber i27 will be as nearly con tinuou and complete as it IS possible to maIe it Secretaiy J V Newman has this season paid particular attention to what may be described as the purely amusement features for the forthcoming state fair A contract has been closed wth United Fairs Booking Co to supply The Pass wIth the most novel and uptodate attractions that could possibly be assembled The usual precautions have been taken to insure the correct morai tone and Cleanliness of the individual shows This amusement feature will bp on such a large scale this year that It- was found necessary to enlarge the atea heretofore utilized asThe Pass and that justly fameus avenue of mirth will he arranged ir the shape ot a monster crescent with every inch of space along the avenue occupied by some new amusement concession 1l1e list of free attractions is s splendid one These offerings of the fair management proved so popular last year that care was taken this summer td close contracts wIth the t est otfer1is the amusement market had to pritt A star feature will be the Wahahitnm Japanese troupe consisting of a dozen or more tumblers and jugglers from the Land of the r1sing Sun The Japs wIll compete with Madam Louises Monkey Show Finks TraiiIed Mules Morris and Morris Expert Tumblers and Sll kEY and BrJede High Wire Artists Davenports Fancy Horses are ex pected to carry oft the highest hon ors however among the free attrac- flons This entertainment is nothing short of a threering circus which will be presented each afternoon and evening lhe acme of spectacular display will be enjoyed each Evening in the fireworks exhibJtlcP A contract hRs been cloed with the worldfamous Pain and that noteworthy is now at work HI a program especially for the Ken tueky State Fait The feature of the lire works display each night will he- an original pyrotechnic production entitled Pioneer Days in Kentucly Its said that thE services ot over 151T men and women wilt be required to lrnperlypfE sent the spectacle In addition to thE features already rtescribed there will be the races by day and the hose shoW in the pit ilion by night Negotiations are also nuder way wjth owners of other qmtseinetit enterprises and it Is prol able that the list of special attractions will be largely increasd before the opening of the gates of the 1910 fair Took All Ills Money Often all a man earns goes to doctors or for medicines to cure a Stoma h Kidney or Liver trouble that Dr Kings Nevi Life Pills would qUickly cure at slight cost Best for Dyspepsia Indi- SestJon Bilioufness Constipation Jaundice Malaria and Debility 25u at Hay con Robertsons Free Sample For Babys Ills donejforrest1leSsof all health is the pIoper working of the digestive organs look first to the condition of the stomach and bowels A child should have to full and free movements ot the bowel a day This ImportantlUIness ot step good appetite and sound toknowIndIgestionand other purgatives are not only too strong but the child refuses them be evertriedliquid tonic that tamllles have been using for a quarter of a century It Is effective tobetotakeusedItithiswaywhen convinced of its merits yoU can- get It of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle just as thousands ot ofMrofWalnutthat way and now write that It Is their ltaefIfconstipationnndtree sample ot this remedy pleasedtodeSire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelyfreeletter and he win reply to YOU In detaiL For the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or dGctorsaddreHwell building MonUceUo IlL S ECIVILIZJID JJL oJ C lltelIer wl ortlJ RdiJoth1 r 6ffioizeiy7ia1efrfrIhe resspjliviizatim Iheffseoaurlfoik rAr7easizejf See our Samptes otVisitiag cards Wedding invitations Monogram Paper etc IIII DrW F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY DentaLwork at reasonable pric s Al work guaranteed Omce over Ravdn Barber B1 D LAKE lInsurance Agent SPRINGFELI KENrUCIY Life fire andAccident JOUNy MAYES funeral Diretor An- dlicensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Atteitlon Every courtsey shown 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